Flooding, fires and COVID bring fresh challenges for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
The global pandemic, flooding and fires were just some of the hardships faced by Rohingya refugees over the past year.
'Climate action should be a major focus of emergency preparedness'
UNHCR has more than 17,800 staff working around the world. This World Humanitarian Day, meet Ehsanul Hoque, who works with the environment unit in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Floods bring new misery for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh camps
Thousands of people have been made homeless by flooding after monsoon rains inundated refugee sites in southern Bangladesh.
Deadly floods and landslides hit Rohingya camps in Bangladesh
News comment: Statement on refugee registration and data collection in Bangladesh
This comment is in response to a number of media inquiries UNHCR has received on the collection of data of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
UNHCR's Assistant High Commissioners conclude four-day visit to Bangladesh
Pandemic-hit Rohingya refugees and local Bangladeshis get help to grow food
Local marketplaces are helping struggling Bangladeshi farmers sell their produce while rooftop gardens are allowing Rohingya refugees to grow their own food.
"Rohingya delivering messages for Rohingya, to Rohingya. This is how we dreamed to have a film school."
The film school Rohingya refugee Faruque Mohammed co-founded is now delivering COVID information to refugee settlements in Cox's Bazar.