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Rohingya
Refugee
Crisis.

Over 900,000 Rohingya who were forced from their homes are at risk of flooding, landslides and disease as the monsoon continues. You can send them help today.

The Rohingya need your help.

The Rohingya are a stateless Muslim minority group who have been subjected to systematic persecution and grave human rights abuses by Myanmar authorities for decades. Over 100,000 live in internally displaced persons camps in Rakhine State with no freedom of movement or access to food, water, sanitation, healthcare and education.

Escalating violence in September 2017 forced an additional 700,000 to flee to Bangladesh, leaving them in an extremely vulnerable state as monsoon season arrives. Partners has been working alongside their communities since 2012 and is uniquely positioned to partner with you in responding to this crisis.

914,678

Refugees in Bangladesh

100,00

Displaced in Myanmar

200,000

At risk of flooding

3 ways you can give right now.

Our team has been responding to the critical needs of the Rohingya in Myanmar and Bangladesh, but we cannot do it without your help.

Rice $25
Feed a family for a month. Give Now
Shelter $40
Provide a tarp for a family. Give Now
Medicine $50
Treat 10 sick people. Give Now

Or start your own fundraiser.

You can help advocate for the Rohingya by starting a fundraiser to provide life-saving care to these vulnerable children and families.

Start Your Fundraiser

143,630 Instances of Rohingya Helped(Jan-Jun 2018)

You’ve been right there helping thousands of displaced families and reminding them they haven’t been forgotten. Here’s just some of what you did.

Rice

You provided 876,050 kilograms of rice.

Sanitation

You constructed 3 wells, 16 toilets and 30 women’s showers.

Healthcare

You provided 2 trainings for 10 Community Health Workers.

Shelter

You distributed 890 tarps to give shelter.

You can also follow our relief team’s updates on FACEBOOK.

The Rohingya need your help today.