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Status of Rohingya in Refugee Camps of Bangladesh: A Review Study

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1106575, PP. 1-24

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Keywords: Rohingya Refugees, Humanitarian Responses, Forestry and Wild Life, Education, Health, Gender, Human Trafficking, Shelter, Disaster Risk Management

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More than 500,000 Rohingya refugees are living in the refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, where the living conditions are ominous. Most of the families are deprived of enough food and sustained livelihood. This review study was conducted to understand the present status of Rohingyas with Bangladesh Government’s stand and that of international community as well. This study also focused on the humanitarian responses, forestry and wild life, disaster risk management, shelter facilities, WASH activities, health facilities, adolescent sexual reproductive health, gender-based violence, and human trafficking to understand the current situation of Rohingya refugees in camps. This study will help national and international stakeholders to take necessary steps to manage Rohingya refugees in camps of Cox Bazar, Bangladesh.

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Karin, S. , Chowdhury, M. A. , Hasnat, M. A. and Tarin, N. J. (2020). Status of Rohingya in Refugee Camps of Bangladesh: A Review Study. Open Access Library Journal, 7, e6575. doi:


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