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Building back better with refugees for a greener Bangladesh

UNHCR and other humanitarian actors, together with the Government of Bangladesh, are working to “build back better” by enhancing the resilience of refugees and the local communities both to ...

Building back better with refugees for a greener Bangladesh

Bangladesh urged to improve security in Rohingya camps

The UNHCR also sought arrest and prosecution of those responsible for instigating and committing these violent attacks in accordance with the law

Bangladesh urged to improve security in Rohingya camps

Rohigyas rejoice as UN joins in providing humanitarian aid

The Rohingyas in Bhashan Char brought out a procession welcoming United Nations' decision to join in providing humanitarian assistance to the inhabitants of the island on Sunday afternoon

The procession of the Rohingyas welcoming the UN's decision to join in providing humanitarian assistance in Bhasan Char on 10 October, 2021

Crucial MoU on UN's operational engagement in Bhasan Char signed

Bangladesh and the United Nations (UN) signed a formal document Saturday

First batch of Rohingyas arrives at Bhasan Char, Noakhali on 4 December 2020.

Mohib Ullah murder: Int'l community seeks speedy investigation

In joining the international community's outrage UNHCR has urged Bangladesh to undertake an immediate investigation into the killing of Rohingya leader Mohib Ullah and hold those responsible to ...

Mohib Ullah murder: Int'l community seeks speedy investigation

Rohingya crisis

4th anniv of Rohingya exodus being marked with repatriation a far cry

Repatriation attempt failed twice in November 2018 and August 2019 amid Rohingyas’ lack of trust in the Myanmar government

4th anniv of Rohingya exodus being marked with repatriation a far cry

Rohingya crisis

Hosts fume as Rohingyas start grabbing local labour market

Rohingyas can easily come out from their camps and get engaged in work at the local labour market with their increased presence, alleged the host community people in Cox's Bazar

Hosts fume as Rohingyas start grabbing local labour market

Covid-19

Rohingyas to be vaccinated gradually: Foreign secretary

The vaccination of refugees was scheduled to start by the end of March 2021. However, the date had to be postponed as the arrival of the COVAX vaccines was delayed

A man walks in a flooded street after heavy monsoon rains triggered flooding at Kutapalong refugee camp, in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on 27 July 2021 in this picture obtained from social media

Global displacement doubles in a decade: UN

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the number of people fleeing war and persecution continued rising last year, with global displacement climbing to over 82 million

Factfile on the world's refugees and displaced persons, including the largest burden on populations, and where they come from, according to UNHCR data.

About 80 Rohingya refugees land off Indonesian coast

A boat filled with dozens of Rohingya, mostly women and children, landed on an island off the Indonesian coast early Friday

About 80 Rohingya refugees land off Indonesian coast
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