/UNHCR’s infrastructure activity for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

The influx of Rohinda refugees to Bangladesh is one of the largest and fastest-growing refugee crises in decades. Approximately 671, 000 Rohinda refugees have fled targeted violance and serious human rights violations in Myanmar since August 2017.

Infrastructure, health and water services are under massive pressure; as is the local environment and its natural resources. But despite the support of donors, humanitarian needs continue to outpace funding.  

 

 

The forthcoming monsoon season will bring major new risks to life and wellbeing.  With more supports, UNHCR can make sure that these vulnerable Rohingya refugees have a safe site and the protected shelter, water and sanitation facilities support they need to keep them safe and well.

Find here an infographic of the Rohingya refugees’ crises and below the fundraising report.

Please contact campbeco@unhcr.org to make your contribution.