Approximately one million Rohingya have been living in 13 square kilometres of camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh since 2017. BRAC is the largest provider of services addressing the Rohingya humanitarian crisis.

 

The density of population and inadequate access to resources in the camps creates a challenging living condition for both Rohingya and host communities. Due to their limited assets and hindered access to social services most people of these communities are deprived from basic services like proper housing settlements, infrastructure, healthcare, sanitation, protection and education.

Our need-based holistic approach provides access to basic services including healthcare, learning, water hygiene and sanitation, food security, social protection, and equips people with skills to create livelihood opportunities and dignified socio-economic conditions.

 

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The COVID-19 pandemic created a crisis on top of a crisis in Cox’s Bazar, where almost a million people from the Rohingya community reside in makeshift camps. Here is a glimpse of how BRAC has supported the Rohingya and host communities in the region during the pandemic.

 
 
 

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