Rohingya Response News

UN Agencies Assist Thousands as Non-Stop Rain, Winds Pound Rohingya Refugee Sites in Bangladesh

Cox’s Bazar – United Nations (UN) agencies have been working around the clock to repair damage, temporarily relocate affected refugees and activate disaster response plans...

IOM Scales Up Distribution of Emergency Materials as Rohingya Camps are Battered by Wind, Rain

Cox’s Bazar – Unrelenting rain and winds are continuing to batter the Rohingya refugee camps of southern Bangladesh, displacing thousands of people, damaging homes and...

Bangladesh’s Rohingya Camps Hit by 7th Day of Wind, Rain - IOM Scales Up Distribution of Emergency Materials

Cox’s Bazar – Unrelenting rain and winds are continuing to batter the Rohingya refugee camps of southern Bangladesh, displacing thousands of people, damaging homes and...

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How Digital Bangladesh can fulfill dreams

Sabrina Afrin Riza is 15 years old. She graduated from SSC at the Moheshkhali Government Girls’ High School, dreaming of a career in medicine. But her father and his small wood business could not a...

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Every year, nearly 1 million people migrate from Bangladesh for work. They contribute a significant amount of over $15 billion in remittances to Bangladesh.

Human trafficking in the coastal belt

Imagine living in an isolated area of Bangladesh. The roads, if any, that lead to these areas are mostly inaccessible. There are hardly any schools to prepare the children for a better future; nor...

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