Caritas visits a Rohingya family in a Bangladesh refugee camp, as food and cookware packages reach 70,000 people.
“Six days ago the army attacked our village. They were firing everywhere. They shot my wife in the back. She died from the wound,” said Abdul Rahman, a Rohingya refugee who fled Myanmar for Bangladesh. The 21 year old widow carries his four month old baby in his arms.“The baby won’t stop crying. I’m asking ...
The floods of 2015 will go down in Myanmar’s history as the worst for decades. Government records actually suggest they’ve not been this bad for a century. Over one million people are seriously affected.
COERR, the Catholic Office for Emergency Relief & Refugees, works in refugee camps along the Thai-Myanmar border. Over 120,000 people from Myanmar live in the camps.