Oxfam: Human Rights Day Special Magazine 2022

Oxfam: Human Rights Day Special Magazine 2022

The sound of Rohingya camps

The alleys of the Rohingya camps were ringing with the sound of music in the Rohingya language. A tiny Bluetooth audio kit was playing in the restaurants and could be heard even from the bamboo-fenced houses of the Rohingyas.

Rohingya Population By Location

Rohingya Population By Location

Needs of the Rohingyas

The Rohingya refugee crisis bears several significant challenges, and the Rohingya population have specific needs. The following are the basic needs in th

Rohingya Crisis: A Timeline

Rohingya Crisis A Timeline

“There is a need for further advocacy for continued humanitarian support to Rohingya refugees”

The Daily Star (TDS): How will you evaluate the current status of Rohingya refugees?

“Repatriation is the only solution to the Rohingya crisis”

The Daily Star (TDS) What is the current situation of refugee relief and repatriation in the Rohingya camps?

From scarcity to solvency

Scarcity has always been a constant companion to Hafsa Akter (psaudonym). It was so bad at one point that Hafsa’s kids were unable to attend school as she was unemployed while her husband was a day labour but could not find work everyday.

“Prolonged Rohingya crisis will affect the economy”

The Daily Star (TDS): What could be the long-term economic impact in Bangladesh if the Rohingya crisis prolongs?


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Three generations stateless

Saidul Huq is one of those forgotten Rohingyas who has been here since before the exodus of 2017. In fact, his parents had fled to Bangladesh in 1991.

The Rohingya refugee crisis throughout the years

Five years ago, in August 2017, the Myanmar military unleashed a brutal offensive against the Rohingya communities across the country’s Rakhine State.

“Myanmar army could be interested in Rohingya repatriation”

The Daily Star (TDS): Please provide a historical background of the Rohingya crisis.

“Minimum funding for Rohingyas must be met”

The Daily Star (TDS): How do you evaluate the current global response to the Rohingya crisis?

Strides made in ensuring water supply, latrine services

Fifty-year-old Md Karim (pseudonym), who lives in the Unchiprang Rohingya Refugee Camp in Teknaf, collects water in some 15 jerry cans from a perennially crowded collection point on a daily basis.

How handicrafts training enhanced the livelihoods of women in Cox’s Bazar

Thirty-five-year-old Rokeya Begum (pseudonym) was struggling to meet her family’s demands four years ago when her intellectually disabled husband became physically ill all of a sudden due to a stroke.

Streetlights a big step for ensuring safety in Rohingya camps

Just one-and-a-half months ago, a streetlight in camp-22 of the Rohingya refugee camp in Teknaf was switched off for difficulties in connection.