BRAC is partnering with Rohingya refugees and host communities to recover and build a better tomorrow.

BRAC has served communities in the Cox’s Bazar region for nearly four decades and is now the largest responder to the Rohingya refugee crisis. We deliver lifesaving assistance and empower refugees and host communities to overcome the crisis, recover livelihoods, and rebuild their lives.

Keep hope alive for the Rohingya.

The collision of COVID-19 and the Rohingya refugee emergency has created a double crisis, leaving the most vulnerable families in urgent need.

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$100 million partnership with LEGO Foundation and Sesame Workshop brings playful learning to children affected by crisis

Play has the power to heal and build resilience. Through a $100 million partnership with the LEGO Foundation, Sesame Workshop, and the International Rescue Committee, we are bringing the power of playful learning to thousands of children affected by the Rohingya and Syrian refugee crises.

Our work in action

Every child deserves a childhood

Ayub is 11 years old. He lives in the world’s largest refugee camp. Since the onset of the crisis in 2017, the lives of nearly half a million children like Ayub have been dramatically disrupted by displacement, loss, and trauma. Follow Ayub for a day, and see how our work is providing him with a safe place to learn and play.

Explore the latest updates on our response to the Rohingya refugee crisis.

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Your gift can provide relief and support to Rohingya families facing new threats amid COVID-19.