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Amjads Ride for Rohingya 2023
Fundraiser by Amjad Khan
Fundraising for Burma Rohingya Medical Wellbeing Centre
Fundraising part of Ride 4 Rohingya L2P
125% complete
of £500.00
Amount raised:
Ends:
£625.00
09 Sep 23

My Story

On August 25th-28th I will be riding over 250 miles from London to Paris to raise much needed aid for the Rohingyan refugees displaced in Burma. Described by the UN as ‘the most persecuted minority’, the Rohingya population have been subjected to years of genocide, ethnic cleansing and systematic discrimination in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. More than 1.1 million Rohingya refugees reside in Bangladesh with children making up 55% of the displaced population. Highly congested camps, unsanitary conditions and poor nutrition contribute to the prevalence of communicable diseases among the Rohingya population in Cox’s Bazar. As the population continues to grow, the Rohingya people are in the throes of a critical humanitarian emergency. Wellbeing Centre Subject to an assembly of health risks, including unsanitary conditions, malnutrition and unsafe potable water, the Rohingya are struggling. The Rohingya population have been subjected to years of genocide, ethnic cleansing and systematic discrimination in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. More than 1.1 million Rohingya refugees reside in Bangladesh with children making up 55% of the displaced population. The vast majority of Rohingya reaching Bangladesh are vulnerable women, children and the elderly. The Rohingya population in Bangladesh continues to grow exponentially, resulting in a critical humanitarian emergency. Highly congested camps, unsanitary conditions and poor nutrition contribute to the prevalence of communicable diseases among the Rohingya population in Cox’s Bazar. As refugees, the they are unable to travel freely outside of the camps and are faced with a myriad of barriers when accessing adequate health care and treatment. Help the 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre keep Rohingya survivors alive. Human Aid & Advocacy are working in Cox’s Bazar, funding the vital Wellbeing medical centre currently operating in the Rohingya camps, employing doctors, nurses, midwives, clinicians and pharmacists. The 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre serves hundreds of people daily, providing a melange of clinics, including emergency treatments, minor surgical operations, neo-natal & post-natal clinics, pharmaceutical dispensary and psychosocial support. You can help Rohingya survivors access life-saving treatment. The Rohingya population have survived genocide, oppression and discrimination. Your donation can help them access the support they desperately need. Donate to the 24-hour medical centre and help keep our survivors alive. Support: Salaries for essential medical personnel Hospital maintenance Wellbeing Centre renovations Patient transportation Donate to maintain the 24-hour medical centre and bring relief to our Rohingya Survivors.

The Story

Wellbeing Centre 

Subject to an assembly of health risks, including unsanitary conditions, malnutrition and unsafe potable water, the Rohingya are struggling. 

The Rohingya population have been subjected to years of genocide, ethnic cleansing and systematic discrimination in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. More than 1.1 million Rohingya refugees reside in Bangladesh with children making up 55% of the displaced population. 

The vast majority of Rohingya reaching Bangladesh are vulnerable women, children and the elderly. The Rohingya population in Bangladesh continues to grow exponentially, resulting in a critical humanitarian emergency. 

Highly  congested  camps,  unsanitary  conditions  and  poor nutrition  contribute  to the prevalence of communicable diseases among the Rohingya population in Cox’s Bazar. 

As refugees, the they are unable to travel freely outside of the camps and are faced with a myriad of barriers when accessing adequate health care and treatment.   

Help the 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre keep Rohingya survivors alive. 

Human  Aid  & Advocacy are  working in Cox’s  Bazar, funding the vital 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre in the Rohingya camps, employing doctors, nurses, midwives, clinicians and pharmacists. The 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre  serves hundreds of people daily, providing a melange of clinics, including emergency treatments, minor surgical operations, neo-natal & post-natal clinics, pharmaceutical dispensary and psychosocial support.  

You can help Rohingya survivors access life-saving treatment.  

The Rohingya population have survived genocide, oppression and discrimination. Your donation can help them access the support they desperately need.  

Donate to the 24-hour medical centre and help keep our survivors alive.  

Support: 

  • A&E Treatment: £100 for 5 patients 
  • Childbirths: £150 for 5 childbirths
  • Medication: £250 for one months medical supply
  • All of the above will cost £500

Supporters

Ruksana Kauser £25.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Patrice £20.00
11 months ago
God bless you x
Marium £50.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Anonymous £10.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Nazia Hussain £20.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Zaheer Shah £25.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Parvez £20.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Shabnam Khan £105.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Noor khan £55.00
12 months ago
May allah bless you bro super proud
AK £10.00
about 1 year ago
May Allah bless you

My Story

On August 25th-28th I will be riding over 250 miles from London to Paris to raise much needed aid for the Rohingyan refugees displaced in Burma. Described by the UN as ‘the most persecuted minority’, the Rohingya population have been subjected to years of genocide, ethnic cleansing and systematic discrimination in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. More than 1.1 million Rohingya refugees reside in Bangladesh with children making up 55% of the displaced population. Highly congested camps, unsanitary conditions and poor nutrition contribute to the prevalence of communicable diseases among the Rohingya population in Cox’s Bazar. As the population continues to grow, the Rohingya people are in the throes of a critical humanitarian emergency. Wellbeing Centre Subject to an assembly of health risks, including unsanitary conditions, malnutrition and unsafe potable water, the Rohingya are struggling. The Rohingya population have been subjected to years of genocide, ethnic cleansing and systematic discrimination in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. More than 1.1 million Rohingya refugees reside in Bangladesh with children making up 55% of the displaced population. The vast majority of Rohingya reaching Bangladesh are vulnerable women, children and the elderly. The Rohingya population in Bangladesh continues to grow exponentially, resulting in a critical humanitarian emergency. Highly congested camps, unsanitary conditions and poor nutrition contribute to the prevalence of communicable diseases among the Rohingya population in Cox’s Bazar. As refugees, the they are unable to travel freely outside of the camps and are faced with a myriad of barriers when accessing adequate health care and treatment. Help the 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre keep Rohingya survivors alive. Human Aid & Advocacy are working in Cox’s Bazar, funding the vital Wellbeing medical centre currently operating in the Rohingya camps, employing doctors, nurses, midwives, clinicians and pharmacists. The 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre serves hundreds of people daily, providing a melange of clinics, including emergency treatments, minor surgical operations, neo-natal & post-natal clinics, pharmaceutical dispensary and psychosocial support. You can help Rohingya survivors access life-saving treatment. The Rohingya population have survived genocide, oppression and discrimination. Your donation can help them access the support they desperately need. Donate to the 24-hour medical centre and help keep our survivors alive. Support: Salaries for essential medical personnel Hospital maintenance Wellbeing Centre renovations Patient transportation Donate to maintain the 24-hour medical centre and bring relief to our Rohingya Survivors.

The Story

Wellbeing Centre 

Subject to an assembly of health risks, including unsanitary conditions, malnutrition and unsafe potable water, the Rohingya are struggling. 

The Rohingya population have been subjected to years of genocide, ethnic cleansing and systematic discrimination in Myanmar’s Rakhine state. More than 1.1 million Rohingya refugees reside in Bangladesh with children making up 55% of the displaced population. 

The vast majority of Rohingya reaching Bangladesh are vulnerable women, children and the elderly. The Rohingya population in Bangladesh continues to grow exponentially, resulting in a critical humanitarian emergency. 

Highly  congested  camps,  unsanitary  conditions  and  poor nutrition  contribute  to the prevalence of communicable diseases among the Rohingya population in Cox’s Bazar. 

As refugees, the they are unable to travel freely outside of the camps and are faced with a myriad of barriers when accessing adequate health care and treatment.   

Help the 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre keep Rohingya survivors alive. 

Human  Aid  & Advocacy are  working in Cox’s  Bazar, funding the vital 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre in the Rohingya camps, employing doctors, nurses, midwives, clinicians and pharmacists. The 24-hour Wellbeing Medical Centre  serves hundreds of people daily, providing a melange of clinics, including emergency treatments, minor surgical operations, neo-natal & post-natal clinics, pharmaceutical dispensary and psychosocial support.  

You can help Rohingya survivors access life-saving treatment.  

The Rohingya population have survived genocide, oppression and discrimination. Your donation can help them access the support they desperately need.  

Donate to the 24-hour medical centre and help keep our survivors alive.  

Support: 

  • A&E Treatment: £100 for 5 patients 
  • Childbirths: £150 for 5 childbirths
  • Medication: £250 for one months medical supply
  • All of the above will cost £500

Supporters

Ruksana Kauser £25.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Patrice £20.00
11 months ago
God bless you x
Marium £50.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Anonymous £10.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Nazia Hussain £20.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Zaheer Shah £25.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Parvez £20.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Shabnam Khan £105.00
11 months ago
May Allah bless you
Noor khan £55.00
12 months ago
May allah bless you bro super proud
AK £10.00
about 1 year ago
May Allah bless you

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