Rohingya refugee Kutupallong Camp Fire Emergency Relief
Raised: 427 $
Goal: 8400 $
Rohingya: difficult humanitarian conditions inside the refugee camps
Another year passes, nothing changes in the Rohingya minority camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, except that its sides are expanding more day by day, even though they are constricting their residents, whose numbers have increased and the chapters of their tragedy have intertwined. In Kutupallong camp in Bangladesh, more than 600,000 Rohingya still live in the same primitive bamboo structures that they sought refuge upon their first arrival, and still face travel and work restrictions, and are totally dependent on humanitarian aid.
Refugees are preparing for the worst.
The Rohinhya people need you! After a massive fire of an explosion of a gaz cylinder destroyed the Kutupallong camp, hundreds of displaced Rehinya are living desperate life and have no shelter to seek safety once more. The camp is home to hundred of thousands of families seeking refuge in Kutupallong zone in Bangladesh after they have fled violence that erupted in Myanmar, however, the place they have come to consider a safe space is no longer a viable option. The enormous fire injured more than 10 victims, some of them are in critical condition. More than 400 houses were destroyed and many shops that were considered as a main source of livelihood for many families have been damaged and lost. Kutupalong is a densely populated Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh, where banglo houses and stores are located within close proximity of each other. Families have lost their business. Children are more at risk now and without shelter. Unfortunately, few people have been burned very badly. Refugee people already lost their belongings even they unable to rescue their food, clothes, and other essential items. Please find herewith some situation photos for your kind reference.
How can you help our Rohingya refugee brothers and sisters in Bangladesh?
As you can imagine, the little these poor people have mean the world to them, and to lose it in a instance is devastating. Rebuilding their lives will take many years of struggle. You can make a small difference to help these people in need out, and help rebuild lives and change their futures for the better. Hence, you can contribute and support our brothers and sisters in Islam to rebuild their houses through the help of your donation, whereby one house will cost RM 3500. (Its a complete shelter made by Bamboo woven fencing + Roof Tarpaulin) the following pictures show the structure and details of the expected house for one family.
Charity is a pillar of Islam, anything that we give for the sake of Allah, he will return to us in manifold. If your unable to make a donation then please contribute by spreading the word to someone else and encourage them to contribute.
Allah (SWAT) says in Quran "And We will surely test you with something of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives and fruits, but give good tidings to the patient, Who, when disaster strikes them, say, "Indeed we belong to Allah, and indeed to Him we will return."
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