By Annessa Kaufman - Senior Partnerships Associate
Although winter in Bangladesh is warm during the day, the nights can become chilly and Rohingya refugees' needs are changing with the seasons. With the cooler temperatures, refugees have expressed a need for warmer clothes and more blankets. Additionally, there is a need for fuel to both keep warm and to cook. A recent issue of What Matters found that cooking materials: pots and pans, dishes, and fuel are the top concern among the refugee community.
The What Matters newsletters continue to be produced biweekly, sharing the concerns of Rohingya refugees with humanitarian agencies to ensure that aid is responsive to the community's evolving needs. The
You can read the latest What Matters editions in this program update.
Thank you again for all of your support for this work over the last year--we wouldn't be able to continue supporting the information needs of Rohingya refugees without it!
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