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UNHCR Thai staff are on the field in the fastest growing refugee crisis in Bangladesh.

 

UNHCR international staff are working on the frontline area to help Rohingya refugees as soon as they arrive.

 

Jatuporn Cheewasrirungruang, UNHCR Field Officer, facilitated movement of the new arrivals of Rohingya refugees to the extension part of Kutupalong refugees camp to ensure access to live-saving supports such as shelter, core relief items and health services. 

Jatuporn Cheewasrirungruang, UNHCR Field Officer, facilitated movement of the new arrivals of Rohingya refugees to the extension part of Kutupalong refugees camp to ensure access to live-saving supports such as shelter, core relief items and health services. ©UNHCR/Jatuporn Cheewasrirungruang

 

Nanthawan Assawamanakul, UNHCR Protection Officer, visiting new arrivals around Sabrang, the most southern entry point in Bangladesh. A lot of them crossed to Bangladesh by bamboo rafts hand-made with local skills. 

Nanthawan Assawamanakul, UNHCR Protection Officer, visiting new arrivals around Sabrang, the most southern entry point in Bangladesh. A lot of them crossed to Bangladesh by bamboo rafts hand-made with local skills. ©UNHCR/Zarikul Haque

 

 

UNHCR staff member assists Rohingya refugees as they arrive at a transit centre near the village of Anjuman Para, Cox’s Bazar, south-east Bangladesh after thousands spent four days stranded at the Myanmar border.

  • Jatuporn Cheewasrirungruang, UNHCR Field Officer, facilitated movement of the new arrivals of Rohingya refugees to the extension part of Kutupalong refugees camp to ensure access to live-saving supports such as shelter, core relief items and health services. ©UNHCR/Jatuporn Cheewasrirungruang

  • UNHCR piloted the relocation plan for the Rohingya refugees new arrivals to the extension part of Kutupalong refugees camp to ensure access to live-saving supports such as shelter, core relief items and health services. ©UNHCR/Zarikul Haque

  • UNHCR staff member Maria del Pilar Pena assists Rohingya refugees as they arrive at a transit centre near the village of Anjuman Para, Cox’s Bazar, south-east Bangladesh after thousands spent four days stranded at the Myanmar border. ©UNHCR/Roger Arnold

  • UNHCR staff member and volunteers assists Rohingya refugees as they arrive at a transit centre near the village of Anjuman Para, Cox’s Bazar, south-east Bangladesh after thousands spent four days stranded at the Myanmar border. ©UNHCR/Roger Arnold

  • UNHCR staff member and volunteers assists Rohingya refugees as they arrive at a transit centre near the village of Anjuman Para, Cox’s Bazar, south-east Bangladesh after thousands spent four days stranded at the Myanmar border. ©UNHCR/Roger Arnold

  • UNHCR staff member Sarah Jabin assists Rohingya refugees as they arrive at a transit centre near the village of Anjuman Para, Cox’s Bazar, south-east Bangladesh after thousands spent four days stranded at the Myanmar border. ©UNHCR/Roger Arnold

 

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