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A Traumatic Exit

Since 2017 we have been giving support to thousands of Rohingya refugees forcibly driven from their homes in Myanmar. It was then, and continues to be, important to provide aid to these vulnerable people.

Of the 900,000 that had flooded into Bangladesh by late 2019, some 60% of those were children, and all carried tales of the traumas suffered by themselves, their families, and their communities.  The majority of these refugees are located around Cox’s Bazaar, making this the world’s largest refugee camp.


The situation for Rohingya refugees continues to be desperate, though still safer than being in Myanmar.  Though with over 400,000 children unable to access to education, older children and adolescents lacking opportunities to make a living, they are rapidly turning into a lost generation.   


As with many refugee communities, the coronavirus outbreak has added another threat to people already living in unstable, crowded, and unhealthy conditions.  With 60% of the water on camps contaminated, many people are already suffering with diseases that have weakened their immune systems.  Making any outbreak especially deadly.


 With your help these last 3 years we have provided a range of aid, from food through our kitchen project, which has fed thousands, medical camps treating 200 people a day, and education through school projects.  

Help Us, Help Them

 Due to your generosity, and acting as your hands, we have delivered a wide range of support and assistance.  But the need continues.  Which is why we ask you to join us once again in helping those who are least able to help themselves.


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