BANGLADESH. Rumah Zakat medical team again held a health care campaign for Rohingya refugees at Jamtoli Camp, Cox’s Bazzar, Bangladesh (29/12).
In this action, the Rumah Zakat medical team joined in the Indonesia Humanitarian Alliance serves medication for about 51 refugees.
“The refugees who are treated here are on average suffering from ARI, and the majority affected are women,” said Tri Yanto, Medical Volunteer of Rumah Zakat.
The hundreds of thousands Rohingya refugees still surviving in Bangladesh. They need our help. Let’s care and share with them.
Newsroom / Kuna