In August 2017, a deadly crackdown by Myanmar’s army on Rohingya Muslims sent hundreds of thousands fleeing across the border into Bangladesh.
They risked everything to escape by sea or on foot a military offensive which the United Nations later described as a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing”.
Over one million refugees currently live in dire conditions in the world’s largest refugee camp near the border between Bangladesh and Myanmar. Almost three years after the 2017 Rohingya exodus from Myanmar, there is little hope for repatriation or integration in the short term. In recent camps of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, and? highlights the role of transnational family networks and non-aid income in the coping strategies of Rohingya refugees.
In this situation, the Shah foundation helped Rohingya off record so many times. In the future are Shah foundation taking some activities for Rohingya, we always eager to help those Rohingya refugees