Bangladesh: Allow Rohingya refugee children decent homes and education

The government of Bangladesh places severe restrictions on what kind of shelters Rohingya refugees can live in and on their access to education and healthcare.

Most Rohingya refugees who arrived in Bangladesh were children. They have now spent almost four years living in squalid conditions. They are surrounded by barbed wire fences.

The military coup makes it even more unlikely Rohingya refugees will be able to return home soon.

Bangladesh needs to work with international donors and Rohingya refugees to develop long term plans for hosting refugees in decent housing with access to proper education and health services.

Email the government of Bangladesh today.

  • Barbara P 07.06.2024 21:55