Host Community should be heard during humanitarian intervention in FDMN/ Rohingya relief operation


To survive a genocide the Rohingya people of
Rakhain State, who are officially called as
‘Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals (FDMN)’,
have fled to Bangladesh after 25 August 2017.
More than 655,000 of them have taken shelter
in different Refugee camps in Ukhia and Teknaf
of Cox’s Bazar district in Bangladesh. More than
307,500 of Rohingyas have crossed the borders
before Aug 2017 and have taken shelter in the
refugee camps. So, the total number of FDMN in
Bangladesh is 947,000. [Source: UNHCR, BBC].
The total population of Ukhia is 207,379 and of
Teknaf is 264,389 [Cox’s Bazar Statistics 2011].
After hosting the FDMN the total population of
these two upazila has increased to 1,418,768
and the host community has become the
minority, 33% of the total population.
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