Most Rohingya children have no access to education at all, but are prepared to overcome almost any obstacle for any opportunity to learn.
Two years after Rohingya refugees fled to Bangladesh, strides are being made in enhancing nutrition, shelter, sanitation, healthcare and registration.
The Government of Myanmar conveyed to the Government of Bangladesh the names of 3,450 Rohingya refugees cleared for voluntary repatriation to Myanmar.
More than 500,000 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have been registered in a joint registration exercise by the Bangladesh authorities and UNHCR
After receiving lifeguard instruction, Rohingya volunteers in Bangladesh rescue drowning teenager from reservoir.
UNHCR and its partners provide round-the-clock emergency health care for Rohingya refugees in south-eastern Bangladesh’s Kutupalong settlement.
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.
More than 270,000 stateless Rohingya refugees from Myanmar provided with identity cards in an ongoing registration drive.