Since 25th August 2017, Over 655,000 ethnic Rohingya children and adults who’ve fled recent violence and atrocities committed against them in Myanmar are living in squalor in refugee camps and settlements in Bangladesh. Their arrival in Bangladesh, where they joined more than 212,000 other Rohingya who had previously fled persecution in Myanmar, has created a humanitarian emergency unmatched during other recent refugee crises worldwide.
It is estimated that there are 379,000 children among the refugees, and with great needs for food, clean water, shelter, medical care and basic hygiene. Many of them had lost their parents and escape alone from their home to save their life.
“We’re expecting about 130 births every day in camps where sanitation is poor, creating a breeding ground for diseases like diphtheria, measles and cholera, to which newborn babies are particularly vulnerable. The disadvantages these newborn babies will face, by virtue of the situation they are born into, is truly heartbreaking.”
Some organization are working nonstop to save lives and provide relief but it is not enough to providing them a better life. At this situation your contribution can help them to survive their lives.