There are three forgotten crises that no-one is talking about.
From Bangladesh, to Syria to Iraq, millions of displaced people need help to meet their most basic needs.
The largest refugee camp in the world, in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, is home to approximately 860,000 Rohingya people who have fled persecution and extreme violence. Living on a piece of land about twice the size of Auckland airport, this overcrowded community struggles to access adequate shelter, food, clean water and healthcare.
With fewer humanitarian agencies now being able to respond to the needs in this camp due to licensing and funding, our partner's work with Rohingya refugees is more vital than ever.