Rohingya Crisis


The forgotten people of Myanmar

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Ways to Donate


Here are ways you can help

Help Rohingyas in Crisis

Over the last three years, more than 800,000 Rohingya refugees have fled to Bangladesh, having endured indescribable genocidal violence, persecution, and human rights abuses.

Muslim Hands has been in Bangladesh since 2008 providing vital humanitarian aid in the two main registered refugee camps, one of which is the world’s largest and most densely populated.

As the violence in Rakhine State escalates into a full-scale humanitarian crisis, the Rohingya need your assistance more than ever. Over half of the refugees are children desperately searching for refuge and security. Thousands of people have no access to food, medication, or shelter and the situation is becoming unmanageable.

Your generous support has allowed us to deliver vital aid on the ground in Bangladesh. The Rohingya refugee crisis is among the largest, fastest movements of people in recent history. Please help us to continue providing this community with vital humanitarian relief.


Our Work Helping Rohingyan Refugees

With your assistance, Muslim Hands has:

Provided food and water aid for Rohingya families in Bangladesh

Been sheltering the homeless with sustainable housing

Constructed wells to provide communities with safe, clean water

Distributed warm, practical clothing to displaced families

Prevented the spread of disease by installing latrines in camps

Supplied essential hygiene items to displaced families

Help the Rohingya People Now


Muslim Hands ZA

Established in 1996, Muslim Hands South Africa is an aid agency and NGO aiming to help those affected by natural disasters, conflict and poverty. It is a branch of Muslim Hands UK established in 1993 in Nottingham.