Rebuilding Shelter for Rohingya Refugees Due to Mudslides is a project initiated by the Association for Socio-Economic Advancement of Bangladesh, a non-profit organisation committed to promoting human welfare. The project was launched in 2021 in response to the devastating mudslides that occurred in the Rohingya refugee camps in Kutupalong Rohingya Camp, Bangladesh. The project provides emergency shelter, food, water, and medical assistance to the Rohingya refugees, helping them to rebuild their homes and their lives in the aftermath of the disaster from 2021 to 2023.

ASEAB’s commitment to promoting sustainable and long-term solutions is reflected in the project, which works closely with local communities and partner organizations to deliver aid and support to those in need. Already, ASEAB has finished rebuilding 150 shelters and given them to Rohingya families in the presence of the camp in charge (CIC). Through their commitment to promoting social justice and human welfare, ASEAB is helping to build a brighter future for communities across Asia and beyond.

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