Since the start of the year, conflict has already driven some 550,000 vulnerable people out of their homes – and more are fleeing every day. Men, women and children urgently need shelter and protection.
UNHCR’s emergency teams are working around the clock to provide life-saving assistance and protect those forced to flee. Some 61,000 people have been internally displaced since February. Thousands more are fleeing across borders into neighbouring countries : Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
Urgent Appeal for Coronavirus (COVID-19) prevention and response plan
The COVID-19 outbreak has now been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. UNHCR is urgently appealing to support its prevention and response efforts to protect refugees, displaced people and host communities worldwide.
Help COVID-19 prevention for refugees and displaced people worldwide
COVID-19, the coronavirus pandemic, endangers everyone on the planet – including refugees and other people displaced people who belong to the most marginalized and vulnerable members of society. They are particularly at risk during this coronavirus disease outbreak because they often have limited access to water, sanitation systems and health facilities.
UNHCR is stepping up health, water, sanitation and hygiene services to protect refugees and displaced people. But we can’t tackle this pandemic alone.
Help us now so that we can reach everyone in need.
To provide hygiene supplies and training health workers in refugee sites under the guidance by WHO and the health.
Give a water distribution system, hygiene supplies and proper sanitation facilities.
Your donation will help support the prevention and response efforts to protect refugees, and internally displaced people.
Refugees in Thailand
Today there are some 97,000 refugees in Thailand. Most refugees (91,635 as of July 2021, under reverification) are ethnic minorities from Myanmar, mainly Karen and Karenni, who live in nine camps in four provinces along the Thai-Myanmar border. There are also approximately 5,000 refugees and asylum-seekers of some 40 nationalities who live in Bangkok and the surrounding urban areas