Rohingya Refugee Crisis Since August this year 515,000 Rohingya people have been forced to flee the violence in Myanmar and are now living in temporary camps in Bangladesh. 80% of the refugees are women and children. Villages in Myanmar continue to be destroyed and up to 15,000 people ...
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Where would we be without these three basic rights?
Here at Humanitas charity we believe no adult or child should live without these essentials. They make us who we are. That’s why since 2001 we have been taking decisive action to ensure the world’s most vulnerable individuals have a chance, not only to survive, but to flourish.
We provide long-term, professional support to individuals in areas of devastating poverty around the world. We build schools. We treat illnesses. We create lasting families for children without a home. We are on the ground, providing care, in a crisis.
So many people urgently need our support. And there’s a host of exciting ways you can help.
We are Humanitas, humanity’s helping hand. Together we can transform lives… for good.
Humanitas latest medical aid trip to the Rohingya refugee camp featured on BBC World News and on their 'Inside Out' programme. Click here to watch inside out London.
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