Concerns are growing over a possible outbreak of disease in crowded Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh. “There is a high risk of a public health event, not just cholera and acute watery diarrhea,” said Naim Talukder of the group Action Against Hunger, who is coordinating the efforts of 31 groups and agencies to manage water, …
Three Calgarian Muslim doctors have examined the Rohingya refugees’ humanitarian disaster after flying to Bangladesh to offer help as part of effort organized by the Humanitarian Islamic Circle of North America.
Horrific accounts of sexual assault, aerial bombings, beheading and attacks on children with machetes offered Canada’s special envoy to Burma a first-hand experience of the violence committing against Rohingya Muslims.
Fleeing violence in Burma to Bangladesh, Rohingya Muslim refugees are facing death threat due to lack of food, shelter and water, an aid agency warned on Sunday.
Amid a shaming absence of international charities, including the UN, Turkish aid groups have extended a helping hand to the nearly 270,000 Rohingya Muslims who fled to neighboring Bangladesh.
Fleeing death and persecution in their home country, hundreds of fleeing Rohingy Muslim villagers were targeted by Burmese troops, which opened fire with mortar shells and machine guns yesterday.
Tasnim Jara, a Bangladeshi Muslim doctor has become a Facebook celebrity after sharing a photo of her wedding to which she wore zero makeup to prove a powerful point about the way women get pressured by societal beauty standards.
A smart inventor from Bangladesh named Ashis Paul hit two goals with one intelligent achievement in June 2016, according to mic.com. Paul succeeded in repurposing plastic bottles into a low-cost, easy-to-make, electricity-free air conditioner that can help the South Asian country’s poorest better tolerate the sweltering summer heat, “We are a flood-prone nation, so in rural Bangladesh, …
It took just three days, after a cargo vessel collided with a tanker, for the oil to coat and destroy the beautiful mangrove trees, in some areas of Sundarbans region of the Muslim country Bangladesh.
Every year since 2000, the world commemorates the International Mother Language Day on Feb 21st to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism.