Since the crisis escalated in September 2018, HRF has stepped up our efforts to offer a wide range of support and aid to those affected by the situation in Myanmar, with many long term sustainable projects already in place, as well as many more in the pipeline.
The situation is getting worse and the Rohingyans are losing hope, but our promise to them is that we will do all that we can, with the support of generous and caring people like you, to alleviate some of their suffering and assist them in building new lives and returning to normality.
- The Rohingya have suffered years of persecution in Burma.
- In 2009, a UN spokeswoman described the Rohingya as “probably the most friendless people in the world.
- Millions have fled their homes due to the violence.
- Rohingya refugees who have fled persecution are now residing in squalid camps with little food, water and hygiene.