Rescue the Rohingya

Rescue the Rohingya

Help them survive the monsoon

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Help the Rohingya - Act Now

Having fled violence and persecution in their homeland of Myanmar, nearly one million Rohingya refugees are now living in unbearable conditions in refugee camps in Bangladesh. Their misery has been compounded by months of monsoon floods which have washed away homes, roads and food reserves and spread disease.

The people living in the camp have absolutely nothing, many of them are traumatised by the atrocities they have suffered in Myanmar and illness and malnutrition are rife, especially among children. Muslim Hands has been working with the Rohingya community since 2008 and we have a dedicated office in Cox’s Bazar, right at the heart of the refugee crisis and now home to the world’s largest refugee camp.

One of the few British Muslim charities with permission to distribute aid inside the camp - we have the capability to deliver help where it’s most needed. So far, we have reached over 326,500 people with life-saving aid and now we are working to reach many more with food, safe water, healthcare and psycho-social care.

The number of families in dire need is rising daily and set to get much worse as the full effect of the monsoon season becomes apparent. Act now and provide the most persecuted people in the world with life-saving relief.


Our Work Assisting Rohingya Refugees

Since September 2017, Muslim Hands has:

Delivered over £1.3 million worth of aid in the refugee camps

Reached an estimated 326,500 beneficiaries with vital aid

Built our largest ever well - supplying clean water to 5,000 people every day

Set up five medical camps treating up to 500 people daily

Established four children's centres providing food, education and psycho-social support

Supplied household essentials and hygiene items to around 50,000 people

Help the Rohingya People Now


Muslim Hands UK

Now in our 25th year of relieving poverty and suffering worldwide and those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty.