As the monsoon season approaches, refugees who have already lost everything are at risk again. We urgently need your help to continue supporting them.
Myanmar Refugee Appeal
More than 300,000 children have already fled unimaginable violence in Rakhine state, Myanmar. Many have lost parents and are crossing the border into Bangladesh scared, hungry and alone.
These refugees, most of whom identify as Rohingya, are living in makeshift camps with little access to food, clean water or medical care. They are facing the threat of malnutrition and disease.
As the monsoon season approaches, those who have already lost everything are at risk again. Floods and landslides now threaten over 100,000 refugees.
World Vision is working on the ground in Bangladesh to provide emergency food, water and sanitation, and protection to refugee families.
Many families still desperately need assistance. We urgently need your help to reach them.
BANGLADESH - Child refugee | Rokiya, 9, lost everything when she fled from the violence in Myanmar - her home, her friends and sadly her sister too. She and her family found refuge in an overcrowded camp in Bangladesh. (June 2018)
Torrential downpours have triggered flooding and landslides in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, damaging hundreds of refugee shelters and killing several people including a toddler, according to government reports.
Sajeda’s had a good start to 2018. Four months since she arrived in Bangladesh with her 18-month-old son, she is now able to breathe a sigh of relief. “My baby is back to his old self – energetic, bubbly and always asking for food,” she smiles. A few days before 2017 ended, she learned that her son, Harech, is no longer severely malnourished.