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Toilets’ Leakage made Lingering Rohingya’s life Further Miserable in Refugee Camps

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 8th September 2018

Kutupalong: Several Rohingya families in camp two of Kutupalong makeshift camp in Cox’sbazaar are suffering badly due to the mismanagement of toilet cleaning authorities, reports Rohingya from the area.

Rohingya In D4 – EE area of Kutupalong camp are unable to stay in their plastic roof shelters due to the lack of cleanliness in the only remaining toilet in the area.

In the only toilet mentioned above, entire Rohingya in the area uses it, as that’s the only toilet left eligible to use.

Toilet Signboard in camp 2 area of Kutupalong camp, picture take on 6th Sept 2018. Image: RVISION TV

Due to a leakage and uncleanliness, dirt from toilet directly enters a Rohingya shelter, which is located just below that area. The leakage increase further when it rains.

Besides the shelter below, other Rohingya sheltering nearby are also unable to reside there due to the severe bad smell from the leaking toilet.

According to locals, the authorities responsible are very negligence towards the cleaning of toilets in the area and they only comes to do once in a span of 2-3 months.

Now Rohingya families affected by the toilet leakage are urging to the responsible authorities and other INGO’s to take immediate action towards it, as they have no place go or shift.

Toilet area at camp 2 of Kutupalong and the affected shelters beside it , picture taken on 6th Sept 2018. Image: RVISION TV 

Similar conditions are also reported from other camps, where Rohingya are suffering in silence due to the lack of authorities’ negligence.

Since late 2017, more than 800, 000 were newly forced out of their homeland in Arakan (Rakhine) adding on the number of Rohingya in camps, which reached up to 1.3 million in total.

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