Almost 1 million Rohingya refugees have fled to Bangladesh for their lives.
The Rohingya Muslims have been discriminated against for years, with the UN describing them as “one of the most persecuted minorities in the world”. In late 2016, the Myanmar government began a series of violent attacks on the Rohingya, killing an estimated 24,000 people.
Most of the Rohingya Muslims fled to Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, making it the largest refugee camp in the world, and one of the fastest-growing humanitarian crises of our time.
Our expert teams are on the ground in Cox’s Bazar, providing vital food aid.
Donate to our Rohingya appeal now; just £50 could feed a refugee family.
When you donate to our Rohingya charity, you are taking some of the burden off refugee families. You are providing them with the basics; the food they need to survive.
For someone who might be concerned for family back in Myanmar, worried for their future and anxious about the present, your Rohingya charity is helping them breathe easier, knowing that at least they can put food in the bellies of their children.
You can give a vulnerable refugee a lifeline, by making a simple donation to our Rohingya appeal.
Our SKT Welfare volunteers are working tirelessly on the ground in Cox’s Bazar, delivering food parcels to vulnerable refugee families.
Each parcel comprises nutritious, essential items like rice, potatoes, onions, vermicelli, lentils, sugar, salt and oil. With your help, we are proud to have delivered over 5700 nutritious food parcels to Rohingya refugees.
However, the situation is serious. There are hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar, who are living in cramped, unsanitary conditions and forced to be completely dependent on humanitarian aid.
We are working to support more of the most vulnerable Rohingya refugees with food aid, but we need your help to reach more people in need.
Our 100% donation policy means that every penny you donate is used in the delivery of humanitarian projects and directly related costs. Indirect and administrative costs are covered by either direct donations themselves or by using Gift Aid.