Over a million Rohingya are still suffering extreme hardship.
You can help fuel our ongoing response providing relief and establishing access to healthcare and education for refugees in Bangladesh and displaced families who remain persecuted in Myanmar.
The Rohingya remain one of the most persecuted minorities in the world.
The stateless Muslim minority group have been subjected to grave human rights abuses by Myanmar authorities for decades. Around 127,000 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 890,000 to flee to Bangladesh, leaving them in an extremely vulnerable state.
Rohingya refugees remain in Bangladesh.
Of these refugees are children.
Rohingya are still displaced in Myanmar.
How you can help
Support our ongoing relief and development initatives.
We’ve been working alongside the Rohingya since 2012. Over that time and to this day, our team have been responding to the ongoing critical needs of displaced and oppressed Rohingya communities, as well as empowering them through sustainable health and education initiatives.
Enable a Rohingya child to go to a Partners-supported school, where they’ll also receive a daily lunch, for a month.
Provide shelter from the weather for Rohingya families living in refugee camps and internment camps.
Deliver a month’s supply of rice to a displaced Rohingya family who have limited access to food.
Supply trained Rohingya community health workers with medicine to treat 10 sick people.
*These are representative of the type of relief items we deliver, which may vary due to the specific needs of a particular displaced community.
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95,988That’s how many Rohingya your love directly helped in Myanmar and Bangladesh last year, continuing to remind them that they haven’t been forgotten.
Because kids shouldn’t go hungry, you provided regular rice deliveries.
You constructed 4 deep water wells and 65 toilets to keep communities healthy.
You trained 38 Community Health Workers who delivered healthcare to thousands.
You provided shelter for 555 people as well as 2,000 blankets for warmth.
Your support provided teacher salaries and gave kids the chance to go to school.
You ensured vulnerable infants received nutrient rich food to prevent malnutrition.
You gave hungry families a supply of food items to last them a whole month.
Remind them they haven’t been forgotten.