Rohingya Camp fire added Suffering in Between Corona Pandemic and Food & Shelter Crisis.
It was 12 May 2020 Monday while there was another horrible day appeared for the Rohingya Refugees as fire destroyed their shelters.
Near about 400 shelters were totally burnt and many more were half burned.
Romij Molla, 48 years old who have been living in the camp for more than 29 months told to our team that the fire reminded them about the fire lit by the Burmese Army and terrorist while they were in Myanmar.
The people who lost their last hope just want to make sure that they could fast and get enough help during this Ramadan.
The situation was horrible and many NGOs were trying their best but aids weren’t enough to support so many people at a time.
Our organization is looking for donors and our team is planning to help the helpless with the best efforts.
Sep 21, 2020he persecution, ethnic cleansing, and attempted genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar’s Rakhine state is an affront to the rule of law, a well-documented atrocity and, according to a top international lawyer, a moral stain on “our collective conscience and humanity”. So why are the killings and other horrors continuing while known perpetrators go unpunished? It’s a […]
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