The Rohingyas have to face multiple problems during the rainy season. Apart from the food shortage, they also have to face an unpleasant condition when their shelters are flooded. As the rainy season approaches, the life of the Rohingyas in Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh, has been increasingly difficult. In late August, the torrential rain and flood damage some of the refugee shelters.
In September, apart from having to deal with heavy rains and flood, the Rohingyas, who have been solely dependent on humanitarian aid, are getting short of basic supplies. Firdaus of Aksi Cepat Tanggap’s Global Humanity Response reported, to support the Rohingyas in this rainy season, ACT has delivered staple food packages. Hundreds of food packages were gradually delivered from September 10th-13rd, 2020 to refugees at Camp 5 Kutupalong.
He further mentioned the Rohingyas in Kutupalong are facing a dire situation because of the heavy rains that often lead to flooding that submerged the shelters of thousands of Rohingya families. “They are highly dependent on humanitarian assistance. We will continue to deliver our assistance to the Rohingyas in need," Firdaus concluded.
Finally, thank you very much for your kindness and generous support that benefit directly to Rohingya refugees.
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