UNHCR | Donate to Rohingya Refugee families today.

A massive and devastating fire has torn through one of the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Families have lost their homes and possessions — please provide urgent relief now.

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees living in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh face many challenges every year due to extreme weather such as monsoon rain and winds causing shelters and community buildings to collapse.

Now, a devastating fire has swept through part of the camp, leaving more than 15,000 people homeless and destroying community buildings like healthcare centres and schools.

We have trained refugee emergency responders who were first on the scene to help — search and rescue efforts are underway to find missing people. Rohingya families who have once against lost everything need your urgent support — they need emergency relief items, shelter and psychological support.

Please donate today.


Photo Credit: © UNHCR/Mohammed Hasson

The recent massive and devastating fire in the Kutupalong Balukali refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh destroyed some 2,000 shelters and rendered some 12,000 people homeless

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Summary of donation information

Monthly gifts help us save more families forced to flee. By making a monthly donation to UNHCR, you will provide refugees with ongoing relief and protection and help them regain hope for a better future.

US$ 900

could provide emergency shelter for 3 refugee families

US$ 300

could provide a monthly incentive for 3 refugee firefighting volunteers

US$ 100

could support the renovation and maintenance of a temporary classroom for Rohingya children in Bangladesh.