Rohingya Refugees provide aid to flood victims in Bangladesh

On 1 July 2022, the registered Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh provided 400 families with emergency food supplies and cash to the flood-affected Sylhet resident and other places.

“We are in solidarity with our host community and grateful for allowing us to stay in their country. We might not be rich, but we are happy to share what we have in time of need and emergency,” said Serajul Huqe Abrar, the organizer of the relief distribution from Kutupalong Registered Refugees camp in Bangladesh.

“Bangladeshi people and the government stood beside the Rohingya people in their darkest time and we are happy that we are able to contribute something now,” he added.

Last month, this group from the Rohingya registered camp donated to the fire victims at BM container Depot in Sitakunda too.

” I am proud as a registered refugee of the Bangladesh government and to be able to stand by the flooded homeless people of Sylhet,” – the writing of the banner that reflects the thoughts of the Rohingya people.

Rohingya people have always contributed to society if they were given the opportunity to study and work. In the west, Rohingyas have even joined the military, built mega projects, worked for the host country, and contributed enormously.


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