Send much-needed food, water, medicine and other life-saving humanitarian aid to the Rohingya people
Rohingya: Ethnic Cleansing, Humanitarian Crisis
Muslims Stripped of Citizenship, Killed or Driven from their Homes
The crisis facing the Rohingya is astonishing. The Myanmar military has been engaged in a campaign to rid the country of all Muslims in the guise of national security.
More than 700,000 Rohingya have fled what the United Nations is calling a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing.” 354 Rohingya villages inside Myanmar have been burned to the ground or partially destroyed by military forces, leaving less than 50 percent intact.
Surviving Rohingya describe house-by-house killings, and Amnesty International reported that the Myanmar military also raped Rohingya women and girls as part of their ethnic cleansing.
They are being persecuted for no other reason than the fact that they are Muslim.
The Rohingya refugees may have escaped with their lives, but they have little else to help them survive harsh winters, wet seasons and daily life in resource-poor camps and makeshift shelters along the Bangladesh border. They need your help today because they’ve lost everything.
The overwhelming size of the refugee population makes it challenging for local governments to accommodate all needs. Refugees still need us to provide for them as they deal with being so violently displaced.
Baitulmaal has sent $209,500 in humanitarian aid that provided 596,400 meals, $3,000 for shelters, and winter clothing and blankets for 15,000 Rohingya refugees.
Facts about the Rohingya Crisis
- 700,000 Rohingya driven from their homes
- 354 Rohingya villages burned or partially destroyed by Myanmar military
- Less than 50% of Rohingya villages inside Myanmar remain intact
- United Nations calls the Myanmar military’s actions a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing”
- Most Rohingya fled to refugee camps and makeshift shelters along the Bangladesh border
Rohingya Crisis Response
- $209,500 in emergency humanitarian aid
- 596,400 meals provided
- $3,000 for shelters
- 15,000 Rohingya refugees received winter clothing and blankets
The Rohingya people urgently need your support because they need life-saving food, medicine and supplies.
Without your generous donation, the Rohingya won’t receive that amount of emergency relief. They urgently need your help to survive the poverty, hunger and disease they are facing.
Your donation makes a difference.
Photos from the field in Rohingya Camps
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