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Bangladesh Emergency Appeal

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Bangladesh Emergency Appeal

MuslimRelief  has launched an emergency appeal to provide relief aid to families in Bangladesh who have been affected by the recent floods. Your donations will go towards providing food, water, shelter, medical aid and other essentials during this emergency to families in mainland Bangladesh that have been affected.

Our team in Bangladesh are ready to deliver your aid! You can help us further by setting up your own fundraising page, asking your local mosque if we can have a collection there of even organising your own fundraising event (we can support you with this).

MuslimRelief  has been working in Bangladesh since 2008. Our team there not only provides vital assistance to locals but also to Rohingya refugees from Myanmar (Burma).

Our work in Bangladesh includes orphan and childcare, education, provision of clean and safe water, livelihood and social support for the needy.

Please donate any amount you can afford to now.

Heavy monsoon rain has caused widespread damage across the Sylhet, Moulvibazar and Cox’s Bazar regions of Bangladesh. The deluge, described by many locals as the worst they’ve seen in 40 years, has directly affected around 250,000 people and left thousands of families homeless and in urgent need of aid

Bangladesh is a country where poverty is high, infrastructure is poor and many families lack the means to protect themselves from such devastation, let alone rebuild their lives.

The Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar have been decimated with over 130 landslides and around 28,000 refugees have watched as their shelters washed away. Unprepared for the onslaught of torrential rain, around 200,000 Rohingya are at risk from further damage.

With your help, we are already delivering vital food and medical aid. Now we need to provide clean water, refurbish damaged homes and build new homes for the displaced. Act now to save lives in Bangladesh.