Rohingya Refugee Crisis
In past weeks, over 800,000 people of Rohingya minority fled Myanmar and took refuge in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. They have had to travel on foot for many days before reaching Bangladesh. Most of them are very sick from mental and physical stress, starvation and injury.
Since 1982, under the regime of General Ne Win they were excluded from Burmese citizenship and therefore became stateless. In recent years they have also become victims of ethnic cleansing through murder, torture, rape and abuse inflicted upon them.
This overcrowding along with poor sanitation and limited resources in the Rohingya camps creates a massive humanitarian crisis.
The refugees are in dire need of shelter, food, clothing and medical treatment. We must join forces to help them. Your help is very important for our efforts to serve this refugee community.
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HOPE Foundation’s Journey to a Fistula Free Bangladesh
HOPE Foundation aims to eradicate obstetric fistula from Bangladesh. We collaborate with maternal health organizations around the world and we are developing multiple programs and projects to achieve our goal. We are building the first Fistula Center in Cox’s Bazar and aim to build similar centers in other parts of Bangladesh.
We hope to see fistula free Bangladesh!