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The Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar (Burma) is regarded by the United Nations as one of the world’s most persecuted communities. Denied citizenship in the country of their birth, they lack access to necessities like food and water and basic services including medicines, education and free movement. 

The Rohingya population in Myanmar is estimated at 1.5 million, the majority of them in Rakhine state near the border with Bangladesh. Across the country, 500,000 Rohingya are internally displaced - many in camps from which they are not allowed to leave - and about 800,000 are stateless and have no rights or access to basic services. 

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How are we helping?

Islamic Help is on the ground working with our partners to deliver life-saving emergency aid to Rohingya communities. We are distributing food packs and water to families to ensure as many as possible receive the basic necessities of life.

How you can help

YOU can make a difference!


DONATE: With your help will be able to ensure food and water are provided to families in desperate need.

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Where your donations will be spent

£50 - Food Pack
£150 – Ramadan Food Packs for 3 families


Latest updates from our campaign

Emergency aid deliveries to Rohingya Muslims

Emergency aid deliveries to Rohingya Muslims 14Jun
Islamic Help has launched a major emergency appeal to help the Rohingya Muslim population of Myanmar (Burma). The Rohingya population in Myanmar, estimated to be about 1.5 million, is among the most oppressed communities on Earth, according to the United Nations. Denied citizenship, they are barred from accessing crucial services like medical aid and free movement. As part of our emergency appeal, Islamic Help teams are on the ground distributing food packs and water to help families... Read the Story
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Ramadan food aid for Rohingya refugees

Ramadan food aid for Rohingya refugees 26Jun
Hundreds of Rohingya Muslim refugees forced to flee Myanmar (Burma) have received emergency food aid as part of Islamic Help's Ramadan campaign. The Ramadan food packs distribution was held in the Bayeun refugee camp in Aceh Timur, Indonesia, which has seen an influx of refugees who have risked their lives to flee their native country. The camp, which is run by UNHCR – the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees – and Indonesian authorities houses at least 738 Rohingya... Read the Story
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