By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 22th December 2017
Balukhali, Cox’s Bazar: 74 Rohingya families in a hilly area of Balukhali new Makeshift camps are suffering extreme shortage of rations and Rohingyas residing in all new makeshift camps are lingering with unbeatable diseases spreading through the improper garbage systems there, reports suffering locals.
In a hilly area of Balukhali camp 74 Rohingya families are residing, among whom 71 families received ration card from the World Food Program (WFP) and they hardly receive rations 2/month in a very limited amount.
[Makeshift camps in BaluKhali of Cox’sBazar District, Bangladeesh. Image by: Rohingya Vision TV]
Other 3 families are starving on daily basis and in the beginning of this week they are heard to be receiving just a kg of potato per family from a NGO. Balukahli a newly makeshift camps holds thousands of newly arrived Rohingyas in recent months.
These newly makeshift camps are visited on regular basis by different NGOs and other organizations but no stronger step have been taken in the area to ease the suffering up till now.
More including this area other newly makeshift camps in Kutupalong, Tengkhali and Zamtola are extremely contaminated due to the improper sanitation and garbage system. On daily basis Rohingyas are heard to be dying with unbeatable diseases and lack of enough healthcare is adding up the situation to worst, adding the people on death toll.
[Improper garbage system in new makeshift camps in BaluKhali of Cox’sBazar District, Bangladeesh. Image by: Rohingya Vision TV]
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