The Rohingya Muslims of Burma (Myanmar) is considered one of the most persecuted groups of people in the world. More than 1.3 million of them have fled to Bangladesh as refugees because of the ethnic cleansing occurring in their country. These refugees do not have access to medical care, constant food supply or shelter.
Every month we facilitate medical aid to children and adults in the camps. With enough resources, we could also feed and offer temporary shelters for these individuals. We provide regular relief to them and aim to be able to provide for all their needs.
In collaboration with Basmah Foundation (NGO Registration Number: 3160), we have established 6 Children Learning Centers and 6 Medical Camps spread out within the Refugee camps in Cox Bazaar, Bangladesh. The children care center educates more than 450 children and we have plans to expand and take in even more helpless children. The medical camp provides primary care, emergency care, distributing medicines, offering health advice, and so much more. Every week more than 700 patients are attended by doctors at the medical camps. Other projects we have implemented to aid refugees include the distribution of blankets, food, mosquito nets, cooking pots, and other aid. We have also installed many tube-well pumps to provide clean and uncontaminated water to refugees within the camp.