Rohingya Refugee Aid Mission
Mohammed Yassar Afzal
Travelling with a team of volunteers as part of the World Care Foundation from Edinburgh to Bangladesh to provide assistance to Rohingya Refugees.
Raising money for
World Care Foundation
A team of volunteers will be leaving to help the Rohingya victims in Bangladesh. After the violence started in 2016 hundreds of thousands of Rohingya people have fled Myanmar to neighbouring countries. Thousands of these people who escaped have been raped, tortured and witnessed the mass murder of men, women and children. It has been reported there is now over 800,000 Rohingya people now living in makeshift camps in Bangladesh, with more entering the country every day this had forced Bangladesh to turn people away leaving them to risk their lives to travel by boat elsewhere or return to the violence in Myanmar. Most of the refugees in Bangladesh do not receive any support from the government so are left injured, homeless and hungry without the help of aid from charities.
Basic essentials have become luxuries.
AID PLAN (AS NEEDED MOST):
AND OTHER URGENT ITEMS OF NEED
March 2018 Bangladesh Aid Mission
Recent tragic events in Myanmar have displaced many of our brothers and sisters resulting in a humanitarian crisis.
This is an appeal for donations to provide those desperately in need of assistance the help they require to get them through this incredibly difficult period and beyond.
- Distribute food, water and other critical necessities
- Supporting medical camps
- Making shelters, showers, toilets and water wells
- Allah the exalted says:
And whatsoever you spend of anything (in Allah's Cause), He will replace it. [Quran - 34:39]
- Nabi s.a.w said: If anyone fulfills his brother's needs, Allah will fulfill his needs; if one relieves a Muslim of his troubles, Allah will relieve his troubles on the Day of Resurrection.
[Bukhari & Muslim]
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