Some Rohingya refugees reinforcing their shaky shades in preparation for the rainy season

Each year during this season the Rohingya refugees face different difficulties in the refugee camp from landslides, flooding to the destruction of their shades due to heavy winds and cyclone.

On Monday, the Met Office’s weather bulletin announced that the
Cyclone Yaas was centred about 590km south-southwest of Cox’s Bazar port.

“Currently we are facing many problems including Covid-19, cyclone, landslides and waterflood and our shelters are made up of bamboos and plastic which and blown away during rain reason and cyclone.”, said Muhammad Jubair from camp-13 and he further added that they want to return to their motherland with all their rights and safety.

A group of Rohingya refugees from Unchiparang camp are reinforcing their shelters by themself with whatever material they can afford.
There are no external supports to help them said Muhammad Edirse, community Leader from Unchiparang.

“We appeal to the International community to support the Rohingya refugees in this dire time”, he added.


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