Rohingya Refugee Medical Appeal
Bullet wounds. Broken limbs. Barely alive. The Rohingya in refugee camps may have escaped their persecutors but they have not escaped the everlasting effects. In Cox’s Bazar, some Doctors are seeing over 200 victims daily in their makeshift field hospitals.
With medical resources being strained and not enough doctors, the wounded and ill Rohingya are living in daily pain. Some from wounds that will last until their dying day.
Bangladesh is a LEDC (Less Economically Developed Country). This means that medicine is not easy to get and when you do get it, it is not cheap to buy. Unfortunately, in these countries, medicine is a treasure kept by the rich.
Help us to reach these poor individuals by donating towards our Medical Appeal. Your donations will help pay for treating tropical illness, wounds and preventive measures.