Monsoon rains in Bangladesh have destroyed 273 shelters and injured 11 people in the Cox’s Bazar settlements where more than 900,000 Rohingya refugees live.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is promoting more learning opportunities and higher teaching standards for thousands of young Rohingya refugees.
Volunteer outreach programme in Bangladesh refugee settlements recruits men to challenge sexual and gender-based violence and forced marriages.
Low rainfall in parts of southeast Bangladesh means that UNHCR and partners are expecting to begin trucking water to more than 140,000 Rohingya refugees.
Asking for help was once taboo, but young Rohingya refugee volunteers in Bangladesh are showing their peers how to speak up about their worries and sadness.
UN humanitarian leaders highlight urgent need to sustain support for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
UN officials called on the international community to continue supporting the critical needs of 1.2 million people in Bangladesh, mostly Rohingya refugees
A skills programme promotes self-reliance and aims to transform the lives of Rohingya refugee women and women in south-eastern Bangladesh.
A new training project to promote self-reliance among women in host communities and Rohingya refugee women has become operational in Cox’s Bazar.
Rohingya volunteers are at the forefront of a drive to protect residents of the sprawling refugee settlements as the cyclone and monsoon season approaches.
UNHCR and its partners are using solar power to help provide safe, clean water to thousands of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.