#Rohingya crisis

  • Article: UN Appeals for $920 Million in Aid for Rohingya Refugees
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    UN Appeals for $920 Million in Aid for Rohingya Refugees

    Feb. 18, 2019|Voice of America

    Most Rohingya refugees are living in cramped, squalid conditions in Kutupalong. Read more

  • Article: Drugs and Violence Threaten Rohingya Men in the World's Largest Refugee Camp
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    Drugs and Violence Threaten Rohingya Men in the World's Largest Refugee Camp

    Feb. 8, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Having inadequate services for teens leaves them vulnerable to human trafficking and exploitation. Read more

  • Article: Green Technology Provides Safe Drinking Water for Thousands of Rohingya Refugees
    Water & Sanitation

    Green Technology Provides Safe Drinking Water for Thousands of Rohingya Refugees

    Jan. 10, 2019|Voice of America

    The UNHCR aims to provide 20 liters of safe water to every refugee on a daily basis. Read more

  • Article: Bangladesh to Send Rohingya Refugees Back to Myanmar Despite UN Genocide Warning
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    Bangladesh to Send Rohingya Refugees Back to Myanmar Despite UN Genocide Warning

    By Leah Rodriguez|Oct. 30, 2018

    Authorities claim they’re equipped to protect the group and ward off discrimination. Read more

  • Article: Journalists Who Covered Myanmar Rohingya Massacre Jailed for 7 Years
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    Journalists Who Covered Myanmar Rohingya Massacre Jailed for 7 Years

    By Imogen Calderwood|Sept. 3, 2018

    “This is a sad day for Myanmar.” Read more

  • Article: What It Was Like to Work in a Rohingya Refugee Camp At the Start of the Crisis
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    What It Was Like to Work in a Rohingya Refugee Camp At the Start of the Crisis

    By Daniele Selby|Feb. 9, 2018

    Immad Ahmed, Executive Director of OBAT Helpers, the chaos of the crisis's earliest days. Read more

  • Feature: After Genocide: What Happens Next for the Rohingya Refugees?
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    After Genocide: What Happens Next for the Rohingya Refugees?

    By Daniele Selby|Feb. 1, 2018

    Experts say it’s too soon for the Rohingya to return home — here's what needs to happen first. Read more

  • Article: Luxury Jewelers Accused of Funding Myanmar’s Rohingya Genocide
    Finance & Innovation

    Luxury Jewelers Accused of Funding Myanmar’s Rohingya Genocide

    By David Brand|Dec. 22, 2017

    Activists have called on Cartier, Bulgari, and other jewelers to cut ties with mineral-rich Myanmar. Read more