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YPSA urges national and international organizations for humanitarian response to Rohingya refugee

 

Md. Arifur Rahman, Chief Executive at YPSA urges government, all international NGOs, UN agencies and local organizations for humanitarian aid to Rohingya refugee in Bangladesh.

Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar’s Rakhine state due to violence, murder, rape and torture.The United Nations says up to 400,000 Rohingya have fled the state of Rakhine in western Myanmar since August 25 and are now struggling to find food, shelter and clean water in Bangladesh. UNICEF says 60% of the new arrivals are children.

The Rohingya are often described as “the world’s most persecuted minority”.


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