Rohingya Crisis Appeal

Sameera, 7 year-old Rohingya girl, holds her younger brother Omar, who is 7 months old in front of their temporary shelter in a camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Both are suffering from cold and fever. Photo credit: Turjoy Chowdhury

Rohingya refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar need your help.

Concern, as a member of the Disasters Emergency Committee, is appealing for support for Rohingya refugees, who have been fleeing violence in Myanmar (also known as Burma) since August 2017 and are crossing the border into Bangladesh.  

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Hundreds of thousands of people are displaced

So far, over 500,000 Rohingya people have sought safety in Bangladesh since the attacks. And this number is steadily rising every day.

Concern’s response in Bangladesh  

Concern is already actively working in Bangladesh. We are on the ground providing 48,000 Rohingya refugees with food rations and are mobilising additional supplies to ensure lifesaving nutrition support for 100,000, mainly children, pregnant and breastfeeding women. We aim to provide water, shelter and ongoing food assistance to more than 100,000 people.

The more we do now to help, the more lives we can save.

The majority have left their homes with nothing, they need everything

They are living in terrible conditions and urgently need your help to provide lifesaving emergency support of clean water, shelter, sanitation and food.

Just £26 could provide two weeks’ worth of food for a family

food bowl
could provide two weeks’ worth of food for a family
could provide emergency shelter for a family including tents, bamboo and ropes
could provide latrines making a difference to 5 families