- ISCG Situation Report: Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Cox’s Bazar - 21 Nov 2017
- MSF Bangladesh: Crisis update – Nov 2017
- UNICEF Bangladesh: Humanitarian Situation report No.11 (Rohingya influx), 19 Nov 2017
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- UNICEF Humanitarian Action for Children: Bangladesh: Rohingya Influx, 2017-2018
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- IOM Bangladesh | Cyclone Mora Emergency Response (Jun-Dec 2017)
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More than 830 000 Rohingya refugees are sheltering in Bangladesh, having escaped violence and persecution in Myanmar. This includes more than 618 000 people, the vast majority women and children, who have fled since violence erupted on 25 August. The momentum and scale of arrivals make this the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis.
620,000 new arrivals are reported as of 15 November, according to IOM Needs and Population Monitoring (NPM).
As noted, ISCG sitrep update reports figures verified by IOM NPM, which is a comprehensive community level assessment covering all sites in Cox’s Bazar where Rohingya refugees are present. In parallel, the RRRC/UNHCR Family Counting exercise is ongoing at household level, with a view to be completed by the end of November. These processes will then reconcile.
620,000 Cumulative arrivals since 25 Aug
Arrivées par la mer
138,800 1er-3ème Tr. 2017
303,838 1er-3ème Tr. 2016
361,709 en 2016
1,015,078 en 2015
Morts et portés disparus
2,666 1er-3ème Tr. 2017
3,543 1er-3ème Tr. 2016
5,096 en 2016
3,771 en 2015
138,800 in Q1-Q3 2017
303,838 in Q1-Q3 2016
361,709 in 2016
1,015,078 in 2015
Dead and Missing
2,666 in Q1-Q3 2017
3,543 in Q1-Q3 2016
5,096 in 2016
3,771 in 2015
Over 600,000 people flee Rakhine State since 25 August, while access for international organisations inside northern Rakhine remains restricted
Restrictions on humanitarian access in central Rakhine
Challenges in getting aid to displaced people in Kachin and Shan states
Launch of 2017 Action Plan for Disaster Risk Reduction
Displaced people with disabilities tell their own stories
IDPs in Kachin 89,000
“We are in danger of ending life as we know it on our planet” Islamic Declaration on Climate Change
I was held down by six men and raped by five of them. First, they [shot and] killed my brother … then they threw me to the side and one man tore my lungi [sarong], grabbed me by the mouth and held me still. He stuck a knife into my side and kept it there while the men were raping me. That was how they kept me in place. … I was trying to move and [the wound] was bleeding more. They were threatening to shoot me. —Fatama Begum, Balukali refugee camp, Bangladesh, October 2017
By Diana Coulter, IFRC
The cheers of children rise from a tiny mango grove where a badminton match is underway between two trees.
Along with other “pop-up” play activities offered by members of the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and IFRC partners, the games are giving children psychosocial support in this patchwork landscape of bamboo shelters where more than 600,000 people have recently arrived from Myanmar, seeking safety from violence.
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This thematic report provides an overview of lessons learned from assessments involving the Rohingya refugee population in Bangladesh. The objective is to help humanitarian actors undertake more context appropriate, protection sensitive, and efficient assessments in the Rohingya Bangladesh crisis. It provides tangible examples of how assessments in this context can be designed to avoid causing harm, encourage participation and empowerment, ensure accountability and inclusion of particularly vulnerable populations.
Emergency relief organisation Medair is in Bangladesh responding to the Rohingya crisis with shelter and hygiene kits distributions to the most vulnerable refugees.
Lausanne, Switzerland - 15 November 2017. Almost three months after conflict reignited in northern Rakhine State in Myanmar, Rohingya communities are still fleeing to neighbouring Bangladesh. To this day, 618,000 Rohingya have arrived in the country since 25 August 2017.
Protection continues to be a major concern in the refugee camps in Cox's Bazaar, as gender-based violence, human trafficking and family separations are frequent, and barriers to accessing services are high. Protection issues were highlighted by UNSG Special Representative for sexual violence in conflict, Pramila Patten, during her mission to Cox's Bazaar in early November.
A report from the Myanmar military on the conduct of its officers during the security operations denies all allegations that its personnel committed atrocities.
by Amrina Rana
Violence in the Rakhine State, Myanmar, which began on 25th August 2017, has driven an estimated 537,000 Rohingya across the border into Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The speed and scale of the influx has resulted in a critical humanitarian emergency. The Disasters and Emergency Preparedness Programme (DEPP) has been actively involved in responding to the Rohingya crisis.
by Amrina Rana
Start Network has launched four new “innovation labs” in Bangladesh, Jordan, Kenya and the Philippines, aimed at finding fresh ways to help local communities prepare for disasters.
The move is the first of its kind by NGOs, as the labs will facilitate innovations by people on the ground that are driven by client needs, making the labs more locally driven than many other investments into innovation in the sector. The £10 million programme, jointly managed by Start Network and CDAC Network and funded by UK Aid, will end in March 2019.
In response to the influx of Rohingya refugees seeking asylum in the border areas of Bangladesh, AMDA Bangladesh and AMDA Headquarters have launched medical relief at Kutupalang refugee camp in Ukhia district, 45 kilometers from Cox’s Bazar. Authorized by the Bangladeshi government, AMDA Bangladesh has started offering medical services after setting up a temporary clinic on October 22nd.
November 14, 2017