Rohingya Refugees

“the most persecuted minority in the world.” (UN)

Fleeing violence, persecution and what has been described as ‘a textbook example of ethnic cleansing’ in Myanmar by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, over a million Rohingya people fled to neighbouring Bangladesh in 2017.

They added to the hundreds of thousands who had already escaped to Bangladesh previously.

Living in what is now the largest refugee camp in the world, these people have no means to support themselves or their families.

The majority of the refugees are women and children, who live in cramped, makeshift shelters relying compeltely on charity for all their needs.

Through our local partners working on the ground, we are providing healthcare as well as basic necessities.

Please support our efforts to help these long-suffering people.