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Saturday, May 11, 2019

Aid workers race to prepare Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps for monsoon wind, rain.

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10 May 2019

Refugees plant vetiver grass on sandy slopes to prevent monsoon-related landslides
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Cox’s Bazar – When Cyclone Fani – one of the most powerful Indian Ocean storms of the past decade – barrelled up the Bay of Bengal a week ago making landfall in northern India and western Bangladesh, it left 24 people dead, a trail of destruction and thousands displaced. Some 2.6 million people – a million in India and 1.6 million in Bangladesh – were evacuated from its path, potentially saving thousands of lives.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

“Give Us a Baby and We’ll Let You Go”: Trafficking of Kachin “Brides” from Myanmar to China [EN/MY]

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REPORT from Human Rights Watch
Published on 21 Mar 2019



Myanmar: Women, Girls Trafficked as ‘Brides’ to China

Government Inaction, Conflict, China’s ‘Gender Gap’ Fuel Sexual Slavery


(Yangon) – The Myanmar and Chinese governments have failed to stem the trafficking of ethnic Kachin women and girls as “brides” to families in China, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.

Saturday, March 16, 2019

How the Birth of a Rohingya Baby Overcame Tragedy

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WRITTEN BY BETH ALLEN
Published on 15 Mar 2019

like many moms, Khusida couldn’t wait to meet the baby she had carried for 40 weeks. Her life had been so hard. She and her husband Mohammad had fled violence and bloodshed in Myanmar. Now, they lived with nearly a million other Rohingya refugees in a sprawling camp in neighboring Bangladesh. Life for a Rohingya refugee family, particularly one with a Rohingya baby on the way, was very uncertain.

Friday, February 15, 2019

Rohingya Crisis: EU releases €24 million for Bangladesh

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Brussels, 15 February 2019 

Reported from:European Commission's Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations.

The European Commission has released an additional €24 million in humanitarian aid for vulnerable Rohingya refugees and host communities living in Cox's Bazar district, in Bangladesh.

Part of the funding will also cover disaster preparedness initiatives in the country.