Over 650,000 Rohingya refugees

have escaped violence in Myanmar and fled to Bangladesh.

Many are on the brink of survival.

ROHINGYA CRISIS

Please help MSF deliver lifesaving medical and humanitarian supplies to families in crisis today.

SITUATION CRITICAL
AS THE CYCLONE SEASON APPROACHES

MSF field workers on the ground in Bangladesh now fear fresh emergencies on top of the current catastrophic situation, as the upcoming cyclone season will bring heavy rains and tropical storms to the area. Already battling measles and diphtheria, our teams are bracing for an epidemic of life-threatening waterborne diseases such as acute watery diarrhoea.

Nurse CHIU CHEUK PONG was the first MSF field worker from Hong Kong to go to Bangladesh, where he was responsible for registering and triaging patients in one of the refugee arrival points:

“I hope my experience will help more people in Hong Kong see what is happening in Bangladesh. The refugees’ story is heartbreaking, and humanitarian aid must be immediately scaled up to avoid a public health disaster.”

PEOPLE IN DESPERATE NEED

Humaira lost her husband when violence broke out. Heavily pregnant and alone with her 7-year-old son, she gave birth on the river journey to Bangladesh. When Humaira reached MSF’s healthcare centre, her new baby girl Ruzina was already malnourished.

“I never have enough to eat and because of that, I can’t breastfeed my baby.”

MSF TEAMS

HAVE BEEN TAKING ACTION

As well as treating huge numbers of patients for diarrhoea, respiratory tract infections and infected wounds, our teams are currently preparing our emergency response in case of potential cyclone damage to our health structures, so that we can remain operational.

Since the crisis began in August last year, MSF teams have:

YOUR GIFT NOW WILL HELP US SAVE MORE LIVES

Your gift of HK$800 today will provide emergency dressing kits with enough supplies to treat 58 patients wounded by violence.

Your gift of HK$1,500 today will provide a 9% share in a water tank kit, which directly delivers clean water to people in need.

Your gift of HK$3,000 will provide enough measles vaccine to immunise 1,250 children from measles – a deadly disease.