OSHE foundation provided essential relief materials to the Myanmar’s displayed Rohingya people. A relief distribution team led by OSHE executive director A R Chowdhury Repon visited the Kutupalang relief distribution camp at Cox’s Bazar on 11 October. OSHE team distributed essentials like food items, personal protection kits, cooking kits and hygiene kits to the displaced Rohingya. Local administration and Bangladesh Army officials helped to distribute the relief materials among the needy people.
A R Chowdhury Repon also visited the Rohingya camps to observe the situation. He also talked with some Rohingya men, women and children. Shazzad Kabir Bhuyan and Saiful Mahmud helped the relief distribution process.
According to International Organization for Migration, 655,000 people have arrived in Bangladesh, bringing the estimated total number of Rohingyas in Cox’s Bazar to 867,500. Despite the ongoing efforts of aid agencies, and the local and national Bangladeshi authorities, there is so much more work to be done to give the Rohingyas the most basic support they need to ensure their safety, dignity and well-being.