Government Of Bangladesh Should Facilitate Humanitarian Aid Delivery For Rohingya Refugees

Médecins Sans Frontières: Bangladesh: Opinion — Rohingya refugees “People are in survival mode”
MSF International President Joanne Liu describes a recent visit to Bangladesh in the wake of the Rohingya refugee crisis and calls for Bangladesh to continue to keep its borders open to these refugees and for the international community to lend additional support. Liu writes, “We need more organizations on the ground building latrines, installing water pumps, providing health care, and distributing food. This can only happen if the government of Bangladesh facilitates the presence of aid and enables a critical mass of humanitarian organizations” (10/23).

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