In a devastating incident, over 15,000 refugees have been affected by a massive fire that engulfed two camps in [location]. According to reports, the fire destroyed around 2,000 shelters, 2 Primary Health Centers (PHCs), 5 Learning Centers (LCs), 1 Child-Friendly Space (CFS), 1 Psychosocial Support (PSS) Center, and 1 Information Hub. In addition, 2 water supply networks and 2 Fecal Sludge Management (FSM) systems were affected.
The fire also damaged 13 mosques (Masjid) and 35 madrasas, leaving the affected populations in dire need of emergency support and response. As of now, many people are still missing, and the death toll is yet to be confirmed.
The affected populations are urgently in need of assistance, and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) have appealed for support from the international community.
List of damage:
12,000 refugees affected
2,000 shelters affected
2 Primary Health Centers (PHCs) destroyed
1 health post partially damaged
1 youth center destroyed
5 Learning Centers (LCs) destroyed
1 Child-Friendly Space (CFS) destroyed
1 Psychosocial Support (PSS) Center destroyed
1 Information Hub burnt down
2 water supply networks affected
2 Fecal Sludge Management (FSM) systems affected
13 mosques (Masjid) affected and burnt
35 madrasas affected and burnt
The IRC and BDRCS are working tirelessly to provide emergency relief to those affected, but the situation remains critical. Urgent support is needed to help the refugees rebuild their lives and start afresh.