Jun 29, 2020 toothlessanaconda32 Bangladesh, Help Refugees, Human Rights, Refugee instruction, Refugees Issues, Refugees issues, Religious Rights, Reports Comments Off on 31 percent Rohingya don’t Have any Idea Regarding CoronavirusMost of the Rohingya Refugees including women and children don’t have any information about Coronavirus. Meet The Press Coordinator and Media Wings confirm the news after having conversation with the Press. There was data collection program on May 2020 where it was discovered that many women and children don’t have any idea about Coronavirus. Many […]
May 19, 2020 editormilton2020 Bangladesh, Help Refugees, Human Rights, Myanmar, Refugee instruction, Refugees Issues, Reports Comments Off on Natural Calamities Require to be Faced with Strong Preparations in Refugees CampsVarious Natural Calamities Can Damage the Refugees in the Camps: Cyclone “”Amphan”: 6 Reporter -JDM Danger Signal number Six is given to Coxbazar so far but as the cyclone is approaching, it will be updating soon. There are a lot of problems in the Rohingya Refugees Camps. Still, the most Alarming condition is that people […]
May 15, 2020 editormilton2020 Bangladesh, Help Refugees, Human Rights, Myanmar, Refugee instruction, Refugees Issues, Reports, Volunteer Comments Off on Rohingya Refugees Camps Require to Take Preventive Measures Against Coronavirus ImmediatelyThere are many Coronavirus positive patients available nearby Rohingya Refugees Camps called Ukhiya and for the first time two Corona positive patients were discovered yesterday in Rohingya Refugees Camps of Ukhiya. Most of the NGOs are trying their level best to do something for the safety of the congested living people in the camp since […]
May 13, 2020 editormilton2020 Bangladesh, Documents, Help Refugees, Human Rights, Myanmar, Refugee instruction, Refugees Issues, Reports, Volunteer Comments Off on Camp Fire Brought Suffering in Between Corona and Food Crisis.Rohingya Camp Fire Brought Suffering in Between Corona and Food Crisis.
Jul 12, 2020Staff Reporter The suffering of hundreds of thousands Rohingyas living in the settlement camps in Cox’s Bazar continues due to non-stop rainfall for more than five days, posing challenges for the administration to deal with the situation. Concerned government officials in Cox’s Bazar also told Mercy Correspondence that the government was responding to the situation […]