Refugees

First monsoon rains hit Cox’s Bazar

Heavy rains hit Cox’s Bazar on Saturday 9th June and have continued to cause...

IOM warns crucial health services in Cox’s Bazar could be cut

The UN Migration Agency (IOM) have carried out over 400,000 medical consultations...

WHO prepares Cox’s Bazar for flooding and monsoon conditions

The Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar has started to experience intermittent...

There could be 140 million ‘climate migrants’ by 2050

The World Bank has warned that climate change could push tens of millions of people...

The number of Central American refugees increased 58% between 2016-2017

THE UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has noted an alarming increase in the number of people...

Grass is helping to protect Rohingya refugees against monsoon season

The UN Migration Agency, IOM, has distributed 2 million vetiver grass plants throughout...

Conflict and natural disasters internally displaced over 30 million in 2017

The International Displacement Monitoring Centre and Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)...

WFP to switch from in-kind food donations to cash transfer in Nepal

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) will change the way it distributes food...

Japan donates $15.7 million to help upscale UNICEF’s work in Cox’s Bazar

UNICEF is able to scale up its assistance to women and children in Cox’s Bazar,...

Cox’s Bazar is getting ready for monsoon season

The refugee camp of Cox’s Bazar is readying itself for the approaching monsoon...

Blockchain could transform identification and aid processes for refugees

The World Bank reports that over 1 billion people have no way of proving their...

Linking local production and refugee nutrition is key to ‘maintain harmony’ in Cox’s Bazar

The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has distributed seeds and agricultural...