MEDICAL, SANITATION AND CLEAN WATER FOR ROHINGIYA REFUGEES IN BANGLADESH
An estimated 1 Million Rohingiya Muslims have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh following violence in Myanmar. The number is still rising. They need our help.
The dehumanisation of the Rohingiya people has become ethnic cleansing in Myanmar. Human rights violations and destruction are rife, with women raped, children abused and villages burned to the ground.
They have fled with nothing but their clothes they are wearing from Myanmar to seek safety and refuge in Bangladesh. So let us help them.
Our team in Bangladesh and volunteers delivered food pack with enough ration to feed a family for 2 weeks. We provided medicine for the mobile and static medical clinics. This helps 200 patients a day. We contributed to the running cost of the medical clinics. We have organised water pumps to provide clean drinking water, this will help reduce illness. We are providing septic tank toilets and shower facilities.