The Rohingya people have faced decades of abuse, discrimination, statelessness and targeted violence.

Such persecution has forced Rohingya women, girls, boys and men into Bangladesh for many years.

In Myanmar, entire villages were burned to the ground, families were separated and killed, and women and girls were gang raped. Most of the people who escaped were severely traumatized after witnessing unspeakable atrocities. These people found temporary shelter in refugee camps around Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, which is now home to the world’s largest refugee camp.

Crisis Aid is helping the Rohingya refugees and trying to ease the burden on them by offering food and water.

The rapid movement and large influx of people across the border put a massive strain on existing refugee camps as new spontaneous settlements formed and expanded rapidly.

Our team have been distributing food parcels and building water wells for the Rohingya families in desperate need, helping them cope with the impact of conflict, and to help them to recover and resume their childhoods.

Your donations have provided vital relief for the Rohingya refugees, including food, water wells, medicine, household items and shelters.

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