Rohingya Refugee Crisis

Emergency Response

More than 800,000 refugees from Myanmar are now living in camps near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

In Brief

Since August 2017, an unprecedented humanitarian emergency has been building as hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees have crossed the Myanmar border into neighboring Bangladesh.


Direct Relief is responding with supplies and equipment needed to establish field clinics and support local hospitals.


This mass migration has created a refugee crisis with what is now the world’s largest refugee camp forming in southern Bangladesh, between the Myanmar border and the Bay of Bengal.

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