People are getting dissatisfied living in the camp because of the scarcity of proper food supply in time as the demand is ever-increasing since many thousands of small shops developed which affect the business chain in the way of supply and demand condition.
Local people believe that if there is scarcity of food in the camp, there will be limitless difficulties awaiting with the law and order system turmoil.
There are a lot of problems in the Rohingya Refugees Camps. Still, the most Alarming condition is that people are unaware of the dangers of land slides or hill slides. We have to be very cordial to secure the helpless people.
The people staying close to down hill are not safe because there are many incidents where it is proved lethal. Many homeless local people in Coxbazar got buried all of a sudden in recent years.
Rohingya Community inside Refugees Camps are having very much boring life as if they were living in slums. The pictures here are displaying this tough over populated camp condition.Many Rohingya men have opined that life in Myanmar was better due to tin shed houses where there was farmlands and self cultivated crops and fishes.
Now here is nothing more than reliefs and alms. Some of the people believe that going back to homeland , living in their own houses, farming their own land, grazing cows in the fields and fishing in the ponds and rivers may give them peace.
This life here in the REFUGEE camps is nothing but imprisonment.
Once a little girl named Rahima who is nine years old- she was asked how she feels here and How her life in Myanmar was. She responded that houses were large there, she could drink cow milk and beef there.
Her school days were also happy as the classes were big and it was building. But here it is carpeted houses like tents, and small houses inside plastic sheets. Food is also same everyday like rice, pulse, vegetables etc.The temporary sheds of houses around are very congested and narrow.
Every one is longing to go back home safely.
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Jan 19, 2021COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh: Four UNICEF schools for Rohingya children in refugee camps in Bangladesh have been destroyed in a fire, officials said on Tuesday (Jan 19), with the UN children’s agency calling it arson. It was unclear who might attack the schools, which were empty at the time, but the security situation in the camps […]
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