We delivered on your behalf over the last twelve months...
Human Relief Foundation’s delivery work with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh has contributed significantly to the humanitarian response program across the country, especially for those living in the camps and all sub-districts Host community people in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Over 22,000 people benefited from our Bangladesh project activities or interventions. 10,999 beneficiaries were male, and 11,405 beneficiaries were female.
One of our major activities carried out was the construction of mid-term shelters (MTS) for Rohingya communities and the Host shelters construction to host community in Bangladesh. Additionally, we constructed shower and toilet blocks, and installed solar panels for the Rohingya communities to enable a source of electricity to power lighting and appliances. The native host communities were also supported with government approved shelters, deep tube wells for safe drinking water support, food packages, and emergency support.
Another community-funded project started in October 2022, focussing on Rohingya refugees, providing vocational training for sustainable futures, including sewing machine distribution (read more about this project here).
As with all the countries Human Relief Foundation works in, we continue with our core delivery programmes, delivering food packages, mosquito nets and blankets to those in need.