Rohingya Emergency Fund

Rohingya Emergency Fund

Rohingya Emergency Fund

Be a lifeline for Rohingya and Bangladeshi families

“Whoever saves the life of one, it is as if he saved the whole of mankind” (Qur’an 5:32)

£55 - provide a family-of-six with around 33kg of nutritious food to last the entire month of Ramadan.

£240 – Provide a child living on the streets of Dhaka with nutritious food, healthcare, education, and a safe place to go for a year, helping them to get off the streets.

£100 – Provide clean water, sanitation and improved hygiene to 10 Rohingya refugees, protecting them from disease, infection, and floods.

£70 – Provide a Rohingya family with nutritious food, blankets, and PPE.

Almost a third of Bangladeshis don’t have enough to eat, including over 11 million living with extreme hunger.

In Cox’s Bazar, 850,000 Rohingya refugees are still living in overcrowded and neglected camps, having fled a bloody and brutal persecution in Myanmar.

In this month of mercy, help us to support vulnerable Bangladeshi children and families, as well as brutally marginalized Rohingya families.

Give £55 and provide an entire Rohingya family with enough food to last the whole month of Ramadan, helping them to observe fasting without worrying when their next meal will come.

Show mercy to a street child

This Ramadan, we’re also working to transform the futures of the most vulnerable children in Bangladesh, where a staggering 6.7 million children are out of school. An estimated 350,000 children living on the streets of Dhaka. Help us to build brighter futures.

Be a mercy; £240 to our drop-in centre for street children in Dhaka, and help a child to have food, education, healthcare and a safe space for a whole year.

Urgent repairs in Rohingya camps

You can also help us to improve conditions for Rohingya families still living the world’s largest refugee settlement in Bangladesh, as well as the most vulnerable in the host communities.

Refugees in Jamtoli camp are still living in temporary shelters, having fled persecution in Myanmar four years ago. There aren’t enough toilets, and many latrines are overflowing with waste, turning to unhygienic during this monsoon season.

They urgently need new latrines and a water system, and access to information about good hygiene so that they can fight the spread of disease before it’s too late.

This Ramadan, give £100 and help us to rehabilitate and install latrines, construct urgently-needed water systems, and help fight the outbreak of disease in Jamtoli camp.

In this month of mercy, be a mercy to some of the most persecuted and vulnerable families in the world, reaping the multiplied blessings of Ramadan.

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