Jun 25, 2021

Recnetly news of Hug Nam Jang

Let's go together, go far, it's true Do it with your heart wherever you are. Thank you for the good days and times that we have for each other. Mosquito bites, hot water, scorching hot water, scorching sun, very tired during the past week.. When I come back to see beautiful photos that are hard to find in Thai society in the Covid _19 epidemic era, good memories..so beautiful. We are not over. we are not tired We don't get tired. We fight to death. Look at our hearts and join our activities. We will move forward to do good deeds together. Society, family, environment, income must support each other with understanding. Thank you.

Jun 21, 2021

Massive Fire Breakout at ROHINGYA camp


  The refugee camps at Cox’s Bazar area of Bangladesh accommodate over a million Rohingyas who fled the military crackdown in the Rakhine province of Myanmar in 2017.
On Monday, March 22, 2021 a massive cloud of smoke came out of the Balukhali Rohingya camp at Ukhiya in Cox's Bazar. The fire killed several people and destroyed thousands of homes. The fire also left Balukhali Balibazar, the biggest local market in the Rohingya camp, in ashes. Products worth at least Taka 50 Crore were gutted in the fire.


Damage Scenario

  Due to frequent wind flow, the fire swept through camps 8W, 8E, 9, and 10, leaving over 10,000 infrastructures including shelters, mosques, community centres, learning centres, service centres, learning facilities, shops burnt to ashes. People in adjacent camps (5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 17 and 18) have evacuated their households too as the fire spread and immersed adjacent areas. According to humanitarian agencies and local authorities.



Strengthen Primary Health care Service to manage the higher patient load impacted by fire in camps to cover the health care facilities

Shelters need to be rebuilt

Ensure continue of COVID 19 awareness & vaccination campaign

Further Training on Fire safety of health facilities and burn care

All hazard Disaster Emergency preparedness training and Management


RAPID EMERGENCY RESPONSE by Dhaka Community Hospital (DCHT) & Community Initiative Society (CIS)

DCHT and CIS stands by the sufferers of Rohingya camp fire in Cox’s Bazar. DCHT & CIS primary healthcare centers were 24/7 available even in emergency situation to provide health service in this fire disaster. But the effects of this lethal and destructive blaze will only exacerbate critical needs and further strain already overstretched resources. With the start of the monsoon looming, rebuilding is critical. An advance team from Dhaka already reached to the effected place to join the emergency team for monitoring the rapid response management.

DCHT and  APAD KOREA response will continue in the coming days as fire affected community will need our extended support. 


Thank you for your support.

Feb 23, 2021

2021 Hug Green with Photos

They always send us a mind map of what kind of activities they will pursue in the new year. In this year's photo, 'I love local based tourism' stands out. They say they will cooperate with Thammasat University to promote Communuty-based tourism.


In addition, they would like to help create a sustainable area by spreading organic models, alternative energy projects, and youth self-reliance activities in Nakkwaugiu Village to nearby areas.


The second photo.

Food truck that sells organic vegetables and Hak Green coffee produced in Nakkwauki Village. They go around the nearby area and spread the model of self-reliance in Nakwaukkou village through the product.


The third photo.

Nakkwaugiu Village is a popular place to visit at universities. Recently, students from Thammasat University visited the village and carried out a project to discover the history and resources of the region.


The last photo.

It also delivers organic models of Nakkwaugiu Village to officials from other regions.

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