A boy peeks through a curtain on his shelter in Bangladesh

Help Rohingya children - Myanmar refugee crisis

Children fleeing violence need our help - now.

Traumatised Rohingya children fled to Bangladesh, bringing with them harrowing stories of violence in Myanmar.

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya people are now surviving in overcrowded makeshift camps. They are in continued need of food, clean water, and a safe place to call home.

With coronavirus, these children and their families face even more upheaval.

We urgently need your support to help Rohingya children.

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How you can help Rohingya refugees

World Vision has been on the ground since the start of the Rohingya refugee crisis.

We are focused on providing life-sustaining support for refugees that includes food distribution and nutrition programmes.

We're also advocating for the protection and rights of all refugees including so that they can return home. But we need your support.

We were given shelter here in Bangladesh. The support we have received is an endless blessing for us and our children.


Rohingya mother and refugee, Bangladesh

Refugee camps in Bangladesh

The Myanmar refugee crisis is no small challenge. The Rohingya, a mostly-Muslim ethnic minority in predominantly Buddhist Myanmar, experienced what the United Nations has described as genocidal violence, forcing the Rohingya to flee in one of the largest, fastest movements of people in recent history.

Rohingya refugee children are living in makeshift camps with little access to food, clean water or medical care.

But World Vision is working on the ground in Bangladesh to provide emergency food, water sanitation, and protection.

What hope looks like for Rohingya refugees

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Over the last five years, 89% of the severely malnourished children we treated made a full recovery

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