This World Refugee Day, there is an urgent need to invest in collective efforts to allow the Rohingya to become self-reliant.
A primary analysis of the outlook confirms the various speculations that Bangladesh would not be tilting West and would remain adamant about its foreign policy ideal of non-alignment.
Competition between the host and refugee communities over scarce resources breeds resentment.
UNHCR special envoy and US film star Angelina Jolie has been visiting Rohingya refugee camps in Teknaf upazila of Cox's Bazar.
Appreciating Bangladesh's generous support, visiting World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim says they are insisting that generous humane countries that support refugees should not be punished.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres says they will put more pressure on Myanmar to make them understand what they should do on the Rohingya issue.
The World Bank announces to provide $480 million in grant-based support to help Bangladesh address the needs of Rohingya refugees in areas such as health, education, water and sanitation, disaster risk management, and social protection.