Since 2017, Bangladesh has seen a large influx of Rohingya refugees fleeing persecution and genocide in Myanmar. Many of the refugees are living in crowed and cramped conditions inside a camp at Cox's Bazaar.
Human Relief Foundation has been supporting these refugees with a number of projects including food provision (feeding over 1,000 Rohingya children every day at our kitchen in the Kutupalong camp), shelter building and providing access to clean, safe water through our wells project. In addition, we have set up a number of vocational training courses to provide a sense of self worth and income for refugees, who arrived in Bangladesh with nothing.
Below are two inspiring stories of how Human Relief Foundation has provided vocational training for women in the camps, to set them along a future that provides skills and a sustainable income.
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