Over a million Rohingya refugees are living in Bangladesh after fleeing violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state. The majority fled to what is now the world's largest refugee camp since August 2017 -- an unprecedented influx of refugees in a short period of time that has led to a large and protracted humanitarian crisis.
More than 70% of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are without adequate shelter and half have no safe drinking water. Many lack access to essential food, emergency supplies, and safe sanitation and hygiene. Women and girls are especially at risk of exploitation, sexual violence, and trafficking as they seek shelter.
Oxfam is there, working with local organizations and the government to help provide people with access to desperately needed food, clean drinking water, sanitation, and safety -- and responding to the threat of COVID-19. Donate now to help provide life-saving aid.