Cox bazaar Correspondence: Weather department says that Low Temperature, fog, rain, dews, hazy weather are adding sufferings for the people around due to downward pressure in the Bay of Bengal. The low middle class people along with the Refugees are unable to work and they even suffer to get jobs since they live from hand to mouth.
The babies are suffering from different cold affected diseases due to environmental effects. Moreover, many people are unable to go out when rainfall and other climatic changes take place since the cold wind is blowing and cloudy sunless sky is making it more difficult. Reports were recorded in the hospital that many patients are newly admitted in the hospital due to cold affected diseases in the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Now, the temperature is getting down to Thirty to twenty degrees at night and people at Camps are suffering from many different diseases affected by cold. Meanwhile, measures must be taken or there will be bigger problems ahead. Balukhali camp, Kutupalong camp, Jamtoli Camp, Thangkhali camp and many other camps and blocks show that there are many children around who are playing and running.
This is a common picture everywhere. Many organizations are working for mothers and children together with cold although Coronavirus crisis is creating tough time. Their food and nutrition service is provided as nicely as possible. Although insufficient knowledge on health issues and some superstitions made most of the family members suffer from various types of illnesses born from cold water. Environmental transformation brings water Carried diseases.
Most of the mothers lack Vitamin D and many babies don’t get enough care which make them physically weak and unhealthy. Ramij Uddin, 44 , a local Ukhiya villager told to our correspondence,”Rohingya Refugees escaped to Bangladesh because of Myanmar Military Attacks in August 2017. The number of Refugees is more than reality although the Government statistics mention it as much as 1.2 million. Moreover, they have already got mingled along with the local people due to the similarities between them with language, religion, culture and society”.
The huge pressure of this population is certainly creating a great crisis in the development of economic growth. Despite the aid by the UN organizations and other International and national organizations, there is a necessity to repatriate them back to Myanmar safely.
Sep 28, 2020Speaking at the UN General Assembly Saturday, Bangladesh’s prime minister reiterated her call for the global community to actively step up to solve the Rohingya issue and the crisis it has caused in Bangladesh. “More than three years have been passed but not a single Rohingya could be repatriated. The Rohingya crisis was created by […]
Sep 26, 2020