Your support is urgently needed to assist children, women and men facing monsoonal rain in Bangladesh
Over 700,000 Rohingya children, women and men have been forced to escape violence in Myanmar by fleeing to Bangladesh. Donating now will deliver shelter, blankets, clean water and more to families who face life-threatening conditions.
They have walked for days through jungles and mountains, or braved dangerous sea voyages across the Bay of Bengal. As they arrive exhausted, hungry, sick and in need of protection, UNHCR is on the ground in Bangladesh leading the emergency response effort.
Monsoon and cyclone season has arrived, and hundreds of shelters have already been damaged. Thousands of refugees face risks of landslides and floods. They are also increasingly prone to health risks such as malaria and the spread of diarrheal diseases through the potential contamination of water.
Please make an emergency gift to provide life-saving aid like tents, tarpaulins, monsoon kits and water decontamination tablets.