An estimated 523,000 refugees have arrived in Bangladesh since violence broke out in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state 23 August 2017. Care and Relief Foundation is gravely concerned about the continuing conflict in Myanmar and by reports that civilians have died trying to seek safety.
Those who have made it to Bangladesh are in poor condition. Most have walked for days from their villages – hiding in jungles, crossing mountains and rivers with what they could salvage from their homes. They are hungry, weak and sick. The new arrivals are scattered in different locations in south-eastern Bangladesh.
More than 300,000 Rohingya are estimated to have sought shelter in the existing refugee camps of Kutupalong and Nayapara. Many others are living in makeshift sites and local villages. There is an urgent need for additional emergency shelters and land as more refugees arrive. Soaked and hungry Rohingya refugees seek shelter in Bangladesh, care and relief foundation with the assistance of local government is providing Emergency Shelter Packs, Food and clean drinking water.
CRF’s Rohingya Muslims Support Programme
Care and relief foundation (CRF) has been present since 4th September 2017, we have were at first hand to assist the new arrivals on the Teknaf border, teknaf is the area where a lot of refugees are crossing using small fishing boats to cross from Mynamar (Rakine ) to Teknaf Coxs Bazar.
Our refugee programme is working along side with the local army Major on line of control to ensure we get to those people that are arriving hungry, whom have walked for days without proper meals, most are are emotional and mentally unstable and unable to put themselves together. We are there at first hand to provide all the basic necessities.
We ensure that these people are kept sheltered, fed, and if there any urgent needs such as baby food for the new born or toddlers we make the necessary arrangements.
Emergency Food Parcel
Care and Relief Foundation is providing emergency food parcels under the supervision and support of bangladesh army, in our food parcel we provide
The Following food parcel feeds family of 4 for 1 month.
Food parcel £50
Rice, Lentils, Potatoes, Tumric, Chilli powder, salt clean drinking water
Baby food parcel £30
Baby powder milk, feeder, gripe water
SHELTER PACKS £175
We are currently providing a large waterproof tent locally purchased with durability, we provide sheets to cover sides in the form of a wall, waterproof sheet for the floor.
SURVIVAL KITS £125
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