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Showing posts with label Fire. Show all posts
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Friday, July 23, 2021

Fire destroys 63 homes in Balukhali Rohingya camp, Ukhiya

Prothomalo
Correspondent Teknaf,
Cox's Bazar
Published: 21 Jul 2021,

Fire broke out on Tuesday at the H-2 block of the Rohingya Balukhali camp-9 next to Panbazar in Ukhiya, Cox’s BazarProthom Alo

A fire broke out on Tuesday at the Balukhali Rohingya camp in Ukhiya, Cox's Bazar, destroying 63 homes. Around 4 to 5 persons were injured in the fire. Their identity has not been known as yet.

The Rohingyas said that the fire probably started from a gas cylinder. With Eid ahead, the Rohingya families were preparing all sorts of rice cakes and other special food items and that is when the fire broke out, they feel.

The fire started on Tuesday evening at the H-2 black of Balukhali camp-9 next to Ukhiya Panbazar.

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

56 shanties gutted in fire at Rohingya camp in southeast Delhi

Hindustan Times
By Sadia Akhtar and Karn Singh, Hindustan Times, 
New Delhi
UPDATED ON JUN 14, 2021

New Delhi Around 56 shanties housing Rohingya refugees in Madanpur Khadar were gutted in a fire late on Saturday night.
Rohingya refugees look for their belongings amid the charred remains of their camp following a fire incident that broke out earlier today in New Delhi.(AFP)


Around 56 shanties housing Rohingya refugees in Madanpur Khadar were gutted in a fire late on Saturday night. No casualties were reported in the incident.

“It has been revealed that around 56 jhuggis of Rohingyas having a total population of around 270 people were burnt to ashes in the fire. The cause of the fire is not known yet and appropriate legal action is being taken,” said DCP (southeast) RP Meena.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Fire at Rohingya Refugee Camp in Delhi: 230 People Left Homeless

THE QUINT
Updated: 14 Jun 2021,

Rohingya refugee Ali Johar says that in the year 2018 also there was a fire in the refugee camp

Video Producer: Mayank Chawla
Video Editors: Kanishk Dangi, Mohd. Irshad Alam


A massive fire broke out at the Rohingya refugee camp in the Madanpur Khadar area near Delhi's Kalindi Kunj, in which around 55 shanties were gutted. The fire started around 11:30 pm on Sunday, 13 June.

Friday, April 16, 2021

Rohingya Refugee Camps Are Being Set On Fire

VICE
By Jaishree Kumar
ROHINGYA REFUGEES SEARCH FOR VALUABLES AMID THE DEBRIS DAYS AFTER A FIRE BURNT THEIR HOME AT A REFUGEE CAMP IN COX'S BAZAR ON MARCH 25, 2021.
PHOTO: MUNIR UZ ZAMAN / AFP

Several small fires have engulfed dozens of make-shift homes in Rohingya refugee camps in India and Bangladesh in the last two weeks and it is unclear who is causing them.

These incidents follow a large fire that broke out on March 22 in Bangladesh at Cox’s Bazar. The fire ravaged through 10,000 make-shift homes, killing at least 15 people and displacing 45,000. Investigations into the cause of that fire are still underway. The UN allocated $14 million dollars to help rehabilitate the refugees left homeless by the fire in the world’s largest refugee camp.

Saturday, April 10, 2021

Rohingya Camp Fire Eyewitness Account: 11 Deaths, 300 Missing

Doctors
Worldwide
April 8, 2021

On the 21st March, our Doctors Worldwide team was in the Camp 9 Clinic in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, visiting IOM colleagues to discuss our emergency care project. Less than 24 hours later, on the 22nd March, the entire structure and surrounding area had been destroyed by a devastating fire.

Below, Georgia Venner (DWW Project Manager) reflects on her experience witnessing the aftermath of the fire, and considers the impact of the event for the Rohingya communities:

The Rohingya Camp Fire: “just call if you start sending anyone, we are ready.”

Thursday, April 8, 2021

Massive fire in Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps leaves 45,000 people displaced

OXFAM
By Oxfam
April 6, 2021
Oxfam Senior Public Health Promotion Associate Arif Hossen helps refugees collect drinking water in the aftermath of a devastating fire in Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps on March 22. The blaze spread rapidly for several hours in the densely populated camps, destroying homes and critical water and sanitation infrastructure. Oxfam emergency response teams are on the ground providing safe drinking water, hygiene kits, and emergency latrines. Mutasim Billah / Oxfam


Oxfam assisting survivors with clean water, soap, emergency latrines


A massive fire that swept through the refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, on March 22 has left 10,000 families—roughly 45,000 people—displaced and in urgent need of food, water, and sanitation services. The fire was yet another devastating blow to the Rohingya people who fled shocking violence and persecution in Myanmar.

Saturday, April 3, 2021

Fire in market at Rohingya camp in Bangladesh kills 3

AA
Md. Kamruzzaman 
DHAKA, Bangladesh
02.04.2021

At least 7 shops have been gutted, says fire service official
FILE PHOTO


At least three Rohingya refugees were killed and seven shops were gutted when a fire broke out early Friday in a market at the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh’s southern district of Cox’s Bazar, in the second such incident in the past 10 days, according to official sources.

“We have recovered three bodies from inside the gutted shops,” Md Abdullah, deputy assistant director of Cox's Bazar Fire Service and Civil Defense, told Anadolu Agency.

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Burning plastic, Dust, and Ash: The Rohingya Refugee Camp Fire

MEDAIR
Lucy Bamforth
29 March 2021

On the afternoon of Monday, 22 March 2021, a massive fire tore through Kutupalong Refugee Camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Flames ate through the plastic sheeting and bamboo-pole structures in seconds, filling the sky with plumes of black smoke. The fire spread rapidly. People grabbed what they could and ran, carrying elderly relatives, children, or the few possessions they had in their arms. Families were separated in the rush to outrun the flames; days later, children are still searching for parents, and spouses are trying to find their significant other.

Monday, March 29, 2021

Rohingya Camp Fire, Situation Report #1 (March 26, 2021)

Situation Report
Source: HOPE
26 Mar 2021


‘We have nothing’: Refugee camp fire devastates Rohingya, again

Aljazeera
Faisal Mahmud
27 Mar 2021

Refugees recount ordeal after deadly blaze leaves tens of thousands without a shelter, reawakens trauma of Myanmar army’s 2017 crackdown.
At least 15 people were killed in Monday's fire and hundreds injured [Faisal Mahmud/Al Jazeera]


Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh – The last time Farida Begum saw her home turned into a smouldering ruin was some three and a half years ago.

On that night, soldiers had arrived in the swampy Maungdaw district of Myanmar’s Rakhine state, killed her husband and torched their house.

Saturday, March 27, 2021

UN emergency fund allocates $14 million for Rohingya refugees left homeless by massive fire

UN News

25 March 2021
Migrants and Refugees
UNICEF/Salman Saeed On 23 March, a ten-year-old child stands amidst debris at the Kutupalong refugee camp in southern Bangladesh. Behind him, the fire still burns, a day after the massive blaze tore through the camp.


The United Nations’ top relief official on Wednesday released $14 million in emergency funding to provide life-saving assistance to thousands of Rohingya refugee families, after a massive fire ripped through the Kutupalong camp in southern Bangladesh, earlier this week.

Friday, March 26, 2021

Aid workers struggle to reunite Rohingya children separated by deadly fire

EasternEye
March 24, 2021
A woman and a child are seen on the backdrop of temporary shelters set up for displaced Rohingya refugees days after a fire at a refugee camp in Ukhia, in the southeastern Cox's Bazar district on March 24, 2021 in which fifteen people died and 400 residents were missing. (Photo by MUNIR UZ ZAMAN/AFP via Getty Images)

AID WORKERS searched on Wednesday (24) to reunite Rohingya Muslim families separated when a huge fire swept through the world’s biggest refugee settlement in Bangladesh, forcing about 45,000 people from their bamboo and plastic homes.

AID WORKERS searched on Wednesday (24) to reunite Rohingya Muslim families separated when a huge fire swept through the world’s biggest refugee settlement in Bangladesh, forcing about 45,000 people from their bamboo and plastic homes.

Shelters being built in Bangladesh Rohingya camp after fire

AP
March 24, 2021

COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh (AP) — Authorities and volunteers from aid agencies in southern Bangladesh were rebuilding shelters on Wednesday for thousands of Rohingya refugees who lost their dwellings to a devastating fire that killed at least 15 people, including children, officials said

Thousands of refugees became homeless in Monday’s fire that raced through Balukhali camp at Ukhiya in Cox’s Bazar district, home to more than 1 million Rohingya refugees from neighboring Myanmar.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said more than 10,000 families lost their homes. The fire also destroyed dozens of learning centers for children, clinics, markets and aid distribution centers.

UNICEF Bangladesh Humanitarian Situation Report No. 1 (Rohingya Camp Fire): 23 March 2021

 

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

100 makeshift houses gutted at Ukhia Rohingya camp fire

The Daily Star
Star Online Report
May 12, 2020
At least 100 makeshift houses were gutted in a fire at Kutupalong Rohingya camp in Ukhia upazila of Cox's Bazar this morning.

The fire broke out at block-H of Rohingya camp no-1 located at Lombashiaghona around 8:55am, said Mohammad Imdadul Islam, an official of Ukhia Fire Service Station.

On information, four fire-fighting units from Ukhia , Rampu, Teknaf and Cox's Bazar rushed to the spot and brought the blaze under control after two hours of frantic efforts, said Imdadul.

Devastating fire at Rohingya camp in Cox’s Bazar


NEWAGE
Our Correspondent . Cox's Bazar
May 12,2020 
Smoke billow from debris after a fire burnt down shanties of Rohingyas at Kutupalang camp in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday. – New Age photo

A sudden fire totally damaged at least 350 shanties and partially damaged 350 more shanties housing Rohingyas at Kutupalang refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday morning.

‘The fire broke out from a house adjacent to the camp and quickly it spread to the adjacent shanties,’ said Shamsuddoha, additional refugee, relief and repatriation commissioner.

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Fire at Rohingya camp

The Daily Star  
Thursday, "April 25, 2019"
Our Correspondent, Cox’s Bazar

At least 22 makeshift houses and a mosque were gutted in a fire at Balukhai Rohingya camp in Ukhia upazila of Cox’s Bazar yesterday.

No news casualty was reported in the fire, said Upazila Nirbahi Officer Md Nikaruzzaman Chowdhury.

The fire originated from a cooking stove around 12:00 noon, said the UNO.

On information, firefighters rushed to the spot and doused the blaze after an hour of frantic efforts, he said.
https://www.thedailystar.net/country/news/fire-rohingya-camp-1734511
 

Fire at Rohingya camp.

The Daily Star
Thursday, "April 25, 2019"



Our Correspondent, Cox’s Bazar

At least 22 makeshift houses and a mosque were gutted in a fire at Balukhai Rohingya camp in Ukhia upazila of Cox’s Bazar yesterday.
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