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Nov 15,2017 | News and Events
UNHCR international staff are working on the frontline area to help Rohingya refugees as soon as they arrive.   Read More
More than 1,700 new arrivals have so far been moved to a zone in Kutupalong Extension. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold
Nov 3,2017 | News and Events
KUTUPALONG EXTENSION, Bangladesh – Naju Miya and his family have been on the move for the last two months – sleeping in the forest, on the beach, in mosques and schools as they fled violen... Read More
Rashida Begum, 23, lost her baby in a shipwreck after fleeing Myanmar. She receives counselling at Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh. © UNHCR/Roger Arnold
Oct 30,2017 | News and Events
When the packed fishing boat broke up in the storm, Nurus Salam was tossed into the sea holding his only son. He held him as tight as he could but waves loosened his grip. Suddenly two-year-old Ab... Read More
Oct 20,2017 | News and Events
Up to 15,000 refugees stranded near Bangladesh-Myanmar border This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Andrej Mahecic –to whom quoted text may be attributed& Read More
Oct 12,2017 | News and Events
  UNHCR has been informed of an individual impersonating a UNHCR fundraiser in Bangkok. Because your support is so valuable to us, we would like to inform you of our official fundraising channels... Read More
They arrive exhausted, hungry and sick – in need of international protection and humanitarian assistance.
Oct 6,2017 | News and Events
Rohingya refugees have been fleeing violence in Myanmar at a staggering rate – and the numbers keep growing. They walk for days through jungles and mountains, or brave dangerous sea voyages acro... Read More
Oct 6,2017 | News and Events
3 Miti News: Rohingya Refugees Emergency in Bangladesh (13 September 2017) Read More
As Rohingya influx rises to an estimated 507,000, UN Refugee Agency adds three diarrhoea treatment centres and rehydration outreach teams.
Oct 6,2017 | News and Events
UNHCR tackles diarrhoea outbreaks in Bangladesh camps As Rohingya influx rises to an estimated 507,000, UN Refugee Agency adds three diarrhoea treatment centres and rehydration outreach teams.  ... Read More