Emergency Response: Rohingya Refugee Camp Fires. They have lost everything again. Immediate help is needed.

At least 15 people have lost their lives, 45,00 Rohingya Refugees displaced and 400 remain unaccounted for.

They were already far from home and living in difficult conditions, they have once again lost everything! There is immediate need for food, clean water, medical care and shelter. Make a donation today to provide relief to the forgotten Rohingya people.

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Rohingya: The World's Forgotten People

The deadly fires have taken lives and destroyed any remaining sense of belonging for the Rohingya Refugees. There is immediate need for food, water, medical supplies and shelter. Nearly 1 Million live in the densely populated Rohingya Refugee Camps in Cox’s Bazaar Bangladesh. They fled violence in Myanmar to live in dire conditions and now the fires have once again destroyed what they had. Please donate now.

Have questions about our Emergency Response campaign for the Rohingya people?

Below you’ll find some FAQs about our Emergency Response campaign for the Rohingya. If you have any more questions, please feel free to chat with our team.

There are now over 1 million refugees living in the camps in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh. They live in dire conditions; make shift shelters, shortage of food, water, medical attention, basic necessities, and have limited access/movement to resources. Cox’s Bazar remains a highly populated area that has required outside intervention. By providing the resettled refugees with a safe space and access to primary healthcare, we can help the women and children to regain sustainability and stability in their everyday lives They left persecution and ethnic cleansing in Myanmar where they were treated worse than animals. Human rights violations are still rife, with women raped, children abused and villages burned to the ground. On March 22nd, 2021, a deadly fire spread through the camps in Cox’s Bazaar. At least 15 people have died; including two children and one woman. 45,000 people have been displaced and 400 are still unaccounted for. The fire started around 4:00pm and after several attempts to put out the fire, it still burned down the densely populated Balukhali refugee camp in Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazaar. It is now up to us to make sure we get immediate Emergency Relief to the Rohingya refugees. Please donate now. There is an urgent need for food, water, medical supplies, and shelter in the aftermath of the Rohingya Refugee Camp fires.
Answer: Penny Appeal USA has been providing food packages, clean water, primary healthcare services and women and child friendly safe spaces in Cox’s Bazaar.

Since 2015, Penny Appeal teams have been providing lifesaving aid to the Rohingya community.

In November 2016, the Rohingya people were in the grip of the worst humanitarian crisis of our time. Escalating violence caused the death of at least 86 people, and up to 30,000 people had been forced out of their homes.

Initially, when the NGO’s were allowed inside Myanmar, our teams were on the ground in places like Sittwe, Burma delivering life-saving essential aid to those in the camps. You helped us provide food, hygiene and sanitation items, and clean water. We also rebuilt shelters that were destroyed or damaged.

Rohingya Refugee Camp Fires: Penny Appeal USA is currently responding to the emergency in the aftermath of the deadly fires in Cox’s Bazaar. They need immediate access to food, clean water, medical supplies and shelter.

Please donate today to help the Rohingya refugees who now need your help more than ever.

Disclaimer: Penny Appeal USA will use all funds towards the Rohingya Emergency Relief in Bangladesh; Penny Appeal USA may use any additional funds to respond to other emergencies.

Click on the cards to select the quantity of each package you would like.

Emergency Response

Food Pack for $50

Our food packs contain nutritional items like pasta, rice, sugar and chickpeas and can support families for an entire month.

Emergency Response

Family Essentials Kit for $100

Simple things such as hygiene and sanitation items, clothes and blankets can make a big difference to the health of refugees.

Emergency Response

Medical Supply for $200

Provides a family with a medical kit and medicines.

Emergency Response

Shelter for $350

Give a family warmth, security and protection by providing them with shelter.

Emergency Response

Super Shelter for $3000

Each shelter can house eight families, providing warmth, security and protection.