UNHCR rushing support and aid to Rohingya refugees affected by last week's massive fire
'Everything is burnt to ashes'
Rohingya refugees who lost everything in the massive fire that tore through a camp in southern Bangladesh on Monday prepare to start over, once again.
Bangladeshi authorities, aid agencies and refugee volunteers rush to respond as massive fire leaves some 45,000 Rohingya refugees without shelter
Rohingya refugees and local Bangladeshis benefit from inclusive COVID-19 response
Healthcare facilities in Cox's Bazar have been treating both Rohingya refugee and Bangladeshi COVID patients. Now, a national vaccination campaign will take the same inclusive approach.
Gender-based violence on the rise during lockdowns
Data shows that displaced women and girls worldwide are experiencing increased gender-based violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Conference on Sustaining Support for the Rohingya Refugee Response 22 October 2020
Joint Closing Announcement by Co-Hosts
UNHCR calls for solidarity, support and solutions for Rohingya refugees ahead of an urgent donor conference
Rohingya refugee children learn to support one another
Peer-to-peer mental health initiative helps young refugees learn to cope with a life in exile in Bangladesh.