Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Genocide is occurring in Myanmar. Over 688,000 Rohingya have been forced from their homes and have fled to Bangladesh. Invest in the long-term wellbeing of these displaced families by giving monthly to provide food, medicine and shelter.Donate Now
The Rohingya need your help.
The Rohingya are a stateless Muslim minority group in Myanmar. The estimated 1 million Rohingya living in Myanmar have been subjected to systematic persecution and grave human rights abuses by authorities for decades. Escalating violence in September 2017 has now forced an additional 688,000 to flee to Bangladesh.
Despite the election of a nominally-civilian government in November 2015, the new Myanmar Government has not shifted its policies of persecution of the Rohingya. Over 100,000 live in internally displaced persons camps with no freedom of movement or access to food, water, sanitation, healthcare and education. A report released by the International State Crime Initiative at the Queen Mary University of London has concluded that the Rohingya "face the final stages of genocide".
Since 2012, Partners has been providing emergency relief to those in camps in Rakhine State as well as those fleeing violence to Bangladesh, including rice distribution, basic medical support, tarps for shelter as well as animals, seeds and fertilizer to help establish more sustainable food supply. PLEASE HELP provide life-saving relief to these vulnerable children and families and advocate for their freedom.
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Help the Rohingya now by following these 3 steps.
Make A Donation
Your support enables relief to get to camps where hundreds of thousands of displaced Rohingya are trying to survive. Provide a tarp for £20 to give shelter to a family who have no home. A gift of £40 will provide medicine to treat 10 people who are sick or injured. Go even further and deliver food packs to feed 5 families for a month for £100.Donate Now
Start A Campaign
You can help advocate for the Rohingya by starting a fundraiser to provide life-saving care to these vulnerable children and families. Starting your own online campaign not only helps raise much needed support, but it also introduces your friends and family to a people group that we know you care about.Start Now
Share Their Story
Please help us share what is happening to the Rohingya with the world. We've setup a simple tweet and Facebook post you can use below, or you can make your own. Remember to use #Rohingya to join your voice to the chorus of people demanding an end to these human rights violations.Tweet
"We want to ask for your help. We need food to save our lives and we need somewhere to stay."
How your support is saving lives.
As renewed violence has forced over 688,000 to escape to Bangladesh, you’ve been right there helping thousands of displaced families and reminding them they haven’t been forgotten. Here’s what you did between July and December 2017.
You provided 583,150 kilograms of rice to Rohingya remaining in Myanmar who experienced severe food shortages.
The construction of 39 wells and 16 toilets was initiated to improve hygiene and prevent disease in the refugee camps, thanks to you.
Cold season was made more bearable thanks to the 5,992 warm blankets you distributed to refugees living in inadequate shelters.
Medicine was purchased and treatment provided to 11,900 people by Rohingya community health workers you helped train.
2,416 tarps were distributed to families with little or no shelter to provide a roof over their heads and protection from the weather.
Family Food Packs
You helped combat alarming rates of infant malnutrition with 12,673 food packs designed to feed a family of 5 for two weeks.
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A timeline of the Rohingya in Myanmar.
Despite claims from many within the Government of Myanmar, there is significant evidence indicating that the Rohingya have inhabited the Rakhine (Arakan) State region in Myanmar for many centuries. Below is a brief timeline of their history.
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