Ms. Katoon, 34, fled Rakhine state in 2017 and gave birth to a second child in the camp. She said she turned a small cottage into a home for her family. Now she says she and her family have no food to eat and where to go.
More than 730,000 Rohingya, mostly Muslim ethnic groups, have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh since the 2017 murder, rape and arson campaign, Cox’s Bazar, in southern Bangladesh, has become. It was a temporary home for hundreds of people. Thousands of Rohingya refugees fled from Myanmar’s military campaign of violence The Rohingya have been persistently persecuted by the government and the majority of Buddhists in Myanmar.
The settlement there has turned into a huge camp as a large influx of people who have been desperate to flee war or persecution continue to flow in, Onno van Manen, country director for Save the Children in Bangladesh, said the fire was hit. This is yet another devastation for the Rohingya Muslims.
Manen said that since 2017, more than a million refugees, half of them children, live in cramped camps with little freedom of movement, insufficient access to education and harassment, including marriage to Lu. g
“Simply put, despite the relentless efforts of the humanitarian community But the refugee camp has nowhere for children to grow, ”he said.
In May last year, similar fires fell to more than 400 homes in the Kutupalang refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, and with the population increasing and new shelter homes being built over time, officials said. That it became increasingly difficult for firefighters to enter the slum areas.
Bangladesh officials say they are trying to reduce the population of some camps with plans to move 100,000 people to an island in the Bay of Bengal. Rights groups have criticized the plan, saying the Rohingya were once again exiled.