Joint Response Plan for the Rohingya crisis requests US$951M to provide life-saving assistance to 1.3M people
A new Joint Response Plan for the Rohingya humanitarian crisis has been launched today in Geneva. It requests US$951 million to provide life-asaving ssistance to 1.3 million people, including Rohingya refugees who fled Myanmar to Bangladesh and local host communities.
The priority needs in the plan, which covers the March-December 2018 timeframe, include food, water and sanitation, shelter, and medical care.
Since 25 August 2017, targeted violence against Rohingya communities in Rakhine State, Myanmar, has forced 671,000 people - mostly women and children - to flee their homes. This exodus has become one of the fastest growing refugee crises in the world.
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