The Monsoon Rains are threatening to make the plight of the Rohingya even worse
Their villages are being burned and raised to the ground. Innocent children taken from their families, their fathers killed and their mothers assaulted.
Now the Monsoon rains which usually arrive between April and June in Bangladesh will make things even more unbearable.
In the border camps, basic necessities like food, water and shelter are in very short supply. Resources are stretched to breaking point and starvation and sickness will quickly spread unless humanitarian aid reaches these desperate people.
700,000 mostly Rohingya have fled from Myanmar’s Rakhine state with most living under flimsy, bamboo-and-plastic structures in hills around Cox’s Bazaar. The UNHCR say that more than 100,000 refugees will be threatened by landslides and floods in the coming monsoons.
The government in Bangladesh say they are going to have to relocate people under threat from deadly flooding. This means that people already uprooted will have to move again, and we will need to help them relocate.Donate to our Myanmar Emergency Fund
Hundreds of thousands of displaced families are crying out for our help, destitute, in grave danger and without food or medical supplies.
Human Appeal and it's partners are able to deliver that help, and are working to provide whatever help our donors can give to these innocents who seem to have been abandoned by their government and the international community.
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