By providing text and audio translations for Rohingya, English, Bengali, Chittagonian, and Burmese, the glossary app gives field workers and interpreters a tool to communicate more effectively with refugees in Cox’s Bazar.
Since the Global Humanitarian Overview for 2018 was launched last December, increased needs in some countries and new requirements in others have brought global financial requirements to $25.4 billion.
A first in-depth assessment focuses on EiE during the current influx of Rohingya refugees. It aims to enable better decision making from an initial baseline of key indicators including; attendance, enrolment and key barriers.
African countries top the Norwegian Refugee Council's list for a third year in a row. The list is based on three criteria: lack of funding, dearth of media attention, and political and diplomatic neglect.
The Memorandum of Understanding will give UNHCR and UNDP access to Rakhine state, including to refugees’ places of origin and potential new settlement areas that the UN has so far been unable to access.
Medical consultations at a mobile clinic in Kutupalong-Balukhai Refugee Camp in November 2017
Without urgent financial backing, consultations conducted in IOM clinics, supporting refugees and local communities, will soon be halted. The impending monsoon season will most likely create an even bigger demand for health services.