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Welthungerhilfe starts emergency aid in India and supports people affected by hurricane Amphan and the Covid-19 crisis.
61 NGOs warn of worsening crisis in Myanmar and call for refugees’ engagement on safe, voluntary returns.
One year after the Rohingya's flight from Myanmar, Welthungerhilfe is demanding more financial resources for refugees and host communities.
In the refugee camps in Bangladesh, many Rohingya are at risk of getting sick. "Hygiene assistans" protect the people from epidemics.
Rohingya refugees from Myanmar face the threat of a disaster within a disaster. The cyclone and monsoon season is just around the corner.
Welthungerhilfe staff member Jessica Kühnle traveled to Bangladesh and experienced the severe situation of the Rohingya on the spot.
Welthungerhilfe employee Disha Uppal visited refugee camp Bhalu Khali in Cox's Bazar, where over 615,000 Rohingya are seeking protection.
Welthungerhilfe is warning of a huge humanitarian catastrophe in Bangladesh and calling for rapid assistance for the Rohingya who have fled.
The situation in Cox's Bazar is unparalleled and unimaginable: More and more Rohingya arrive at the reception camp in Bangladesh.
The influx of Rohingya since end of August has crossed more than 615,000 and the numbers are growing by the day.
Bangladesh: Having fled, hunger and flooding looms
Bangladesh is the world's most vulnerable nation to climate change. For the everyday life of local people this has severe consequences.