Thousands of Rohingya refugees are in urgent need of shelter.
Hardship continues in the lives of Rohingya refugees after fleeing violence and persecution in Myanmar more than three years ago. Today, as we enter monsoon and cyclones season, the shelters and livelihoods of thousands can be at risk due to floods and landslides, and water contamination.
This year, they need our support more than ever, especially after the tragic fires that ripped through their camps in March, leaving nearly 50,000 refugees without shelter and affected the lives of more than 92,000 people while destroying more than 1,600 facilities including hospitals, and distribution points.
UNHCR is working tirelessly to secure shelter, reinforce and maintain shelter and infrastructures for the most vulnerable families, in Cox’s Bazar camps, including those affected by the fires. We are also training refugee volunteers to raise awareness among families regarding how to keep themselves safe during the monsoon season.
Your kind donation today can help save many lives.