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【Bangladesh】Cyclone Amphan Emergency relief project report

2021.2.5

On May 20th 2020, Cyclone Amphan made landfall in West Bengal and caused significant damage in the coastal areas of Bangladesh. Peace Winds Japan(PWJ)and its local partner Dhaka Community Hospital Trust (DCHT) started emergency relief operations in August in Galachipa Upazila of Patuakhali District and Sarankhola Upazila of Bagerhat District. Fishery and fish/shrimp farming are [...]

[Bangladesh]Covid-19 Awareness-Raising Activities: Challenges to be addressed

2020.12.9

Around 860,000 Rohingya displaced from Myanmar have been living in 34 refugee camps in Teknaf and Ukhiya in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. In the Rohingya refugee camp, with about 40,000 people per square kilometer, a family of eight to ten lives together in a single 10-square-meter shelter, with one toilet shared by multiple families. There is [...]

【Bangladesh】Third Year Mark of the Rohingya Refugee Influx to Bangladesh-Humanitarian Response in the Time of COVID-19 Outbreak

2020.8.25

25 August 2020 marks three years since the largest exodus of Rohingya refugees to Bangladesh. Around 860,000 Rohingya refugees who fled from the mass violence in Myanmar are still displaced in Cox’s Bazar district in Bangladesh, where one of the world’s largest refugee camps has been formed.   Rohingya refugee camp   Many parts of [...]

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[Bangladesh] 2 years since the Rohingya refugee crisis- Maternal health

2019.10.11

In November 2018 and August 2019 the Rogingya refugees in Bangladesh were scheduled to return to Myanmar in a plan organized by the 2 governments of the respective countries. However, due to issues regarding nationality and the distrust of the the Myanmar government in guaranteeing safety for the refugees, the plan did not come into [...]

[Bangladesh] 2 years since the Rohingya refugee crisis- database

2019.10.11

It’s been 2 years since 700,000 Rohingya refugees fled to Bangladesh after the violence in Myanmar. Right now there are over 900,000 Rohingya at the refugee camp. The plan proposed by the governments of Bangladesh and Myanmar last November as well as last month failed as not enough refugees agreed to return to Myanmar. Due [...]

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