More than 500,000 refugees uprooted by escalating conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine State have fled across the border into Bangladesh. The UN has warned that the conflict has now become “the world’s fastest developing refugee emergency.”
The majority of these people are children, women and elderly people: many are traumatized, malnourished, and in acute need of food, safe water, health care and mental health services.
Our emergency teams in Bangladesh are responding by delivering daily supplies of food and safe and providing healthcare services and mental health support to the most vulnerable newly arrived refugees.
We spend more than 33,000 to provide food & now our resources are running dangerously low and we urgently need your support.
Please make a donation to save the lives. Now our team working for building the house for Rohingya Refugees because it's rainy season in Bangladesh & they will not be able to live without of the house in rain. To build a tin-shaded house per estimated cost is 1,400 dollars this amount of donation we will able to build more than 30 house for them.
So we need your cordial support to build their house & save their life.