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Rohingya Refugee Camps Flooded by Monsoon Rains

Life is already tough for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh; now heavy monsoon rains have worsened their living conditions.

At least 28 inches of rain have fallen in Cox’sbazar since July 25.

The rainfall caused at least 21 landslides, more than 200 makeshift homes have been destroyed and 200,00 Rohingya refugees are threatened by the heavy rains 50% of them are children.

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Rohingya Refugee Camps Flooded

This is what life is like for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh: flooded camps, landslides and more displacement.

Posted by AJ+ on Friday, 27 July 2018

 

The persecuted groups who fled a military crackdown in Myanmar have nothing but bamboo and tarpaulin  to shelter them from the heavy rains and cyclones that lash the region each year.

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Humanitarian officials are warning that the rains risk spreading diseases like diarrhea and cholera.

Click here to find Muslim relief organizations through which you can donate and support the Rohingya Muslims.

 

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