Rohingya Refugee Support
In 2017, nearly 1 million Rohingya Muslims made a mass exodus out of Myanmar to escape from violence and years of religious persecution. Most of them settled in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, which is now the largest refugee camp in the world, and home to nearly 900,000 Rohingya.
As some infrastructure is being put in place for basic necessities such as food, water, and sanitation, the people remain to live under very meager conditions, and are among the poorest in the world.
Hidaya Foundation has been providing aid to the Rohingya Refugees since the early days of their migration. To date, more than $120,000 worth of materials have been distributed to over 30,000 families – including food, water, medicines, soaps and sanitation supplies, clothing, blankets, mosquito nets and more.
Hidaya will continue working with our volunteer teams in Bangladesh in shaa Allah to provide aid in this humanitarian crisis. Please donate Zakat and Sadaqah to support Rohingya Refugees.