Japan to give fund for Rohingya Crisis | Daily Star
11:07 AM, February 26, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:49 PM, February 26, 2019

Japan to give $32.5m for Rohingyas

Japan has decided to give US $32.5 million for the Rohingya refugees sheltered in Bangladesh due to persecution in Myanmar.

Japanese government took the decision for additional support to the refugees on February 7, said a press release of Japan embassy in Dhaka.

The aid will be given through international agencies UNHCR, UNFPA, IOM, Unicef, FAO, UNWomen, WFP, WHO, ICRC, FPE and MSF.

Japan says it has contributed a total of US $82.7 million so far to support the refugees since influx into Bangladesh in August 2017.

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