Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Help the Rohingya People and meet their day to day needs - food, clean water, Tarps for the rainy season, and medical attention.Nationwide
You may no longer see it in the news, but nearly 1 million people are still homeless in refugee camps in Bangladesh - The Rohingya.
The Rohingya are a stateless Muslim minority group who have been subjected to systematic persecution and grave human rights abuses by Myanmar authorities for decades. Over 100,000 lived in internally displaced persons camps in Rakhine State with no freedom of movement or access to food, water, sanitation, healthcare and education.
Escalating violence in September 2017 forced an additional 700,000 to flee to Bangladesh, leaving them in an extremely vulnerable state. Partners has been working alongside their communities since 2012 and is uniquely positioned to partner with you in responding to this crisis.
Partners is a relief and development organisation that helps wherever there is conflict or oppression in the world.
Use of funds
The use of funds will be applied to project work run by Partners Relief and Development in the Bangladesh refugee camps. Any surplus raised will still go to the Rohingya people group, or alternatively other displaced people groups in Myanmar.
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A video from Claire -one of our NZ team. Filmed in November 2017, it gives her experiences of visiting the Rohingya Refugee Camps. 2 Years on, not much has changed and the needs are just as great.
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This page was created on 3 Aug 2019 and closed on 30 Sep 2019.