BDRCS and ICRC to aid 3,200 Rohingya families

The Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) with the support of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will deliver emergency humanitarian assistance to 3,200 families of Rohingyas who fled to Bangladesh since October 2016, according to the reports of United News of Bangladesh – UNB.
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Affecting the country’s tourism industry: Disaster Management and Relief Minister

Disaster Management and Relief Minister Mofazzal Hossain Chowdhury Maya, Bir Bikram, said on April 8, the Rohingyas will be relocated from Cox’s Bazar district to Thengar Char of Noakhali district to avoid from putting the environment of tourism hotspot Cox’s Bazar at stake.

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New arrival Rohingya migrants feel insecurity in Bangladesh

New arrival Rohingya migrants are feeling insecurity in Bangladesh because they have no shelter, food, clothing and medical care in proper way, Shakera Bibi said who fled to Bangladesh from Burma.
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Wild elephant ransacks refugee camp: injure one and destroy three shacks

One refugee was seriously injured and destroyed three shacks including one basic learning center while a wild elephant entered into Kutupalong unregistered Rohingya refugee camp and ransacked the camp on March 7 at about 10:30pm, according to camp committee.
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Heavy rains and food shortages in unofficial camps

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Heavy monsoon rains have caused widespread destruction in Teknaf region and with more misery affected on the lives of thousands of Rohingyas in Leda (Tal) and Kutupalong makeshift camps and facing food shortages, according to a refugee leader named Salim from Leda camp.  Continue reading “Heavy rains and food shortages in unofficial camps”