A note on the environmental aspects of Rohingya camps

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A note on the environmental aspects of Rohingya camps

It has been nearly a year since the latest influx of the Rohingya people after they were forcibly driven out of Myanmar and into Bangladesh. Since last August, over 700,000 refugees, mostly women, and children have been housed, fed, clothed, and provided with medical attention by a combination of Bangladesh’s military and civilian authorities and NGOs as well as the UN and other international agencies, of whom there are over a hundred working day and night in the Rohingya camps.

Over the last year, the problem has been treated as one of emergency humanitarian assistance but now the government and international agencies are beginning to think about the long-term prospects of looking after the Rohingyas in the camps as well as trying to either let them return to Myanmar or perhaps relocate some of them elsewhere.

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A note on the environmental aspects of Rohingya camps ছাড়া আরও পড়ুনঃ

ফেইসবুকে আপডেট পেতে আমাদের অফিসিয়াল পেইজ ও অফিসিয়াল গ্রুপের সাথে যুক্ত থাকুন। ইউটিউবে পড়াশুনার ভিডিও পেতে আমাদের ইউটিউব চ্যানেল সাবস্ক্রাইব করুন। আমাদের সাইট থেকে কপি হয়না তাই পোস্টটি শেয়ার করে নিজের টাইমলাইনে রাখতে পারেন।