Video Title Publish Date
Beneficiary1 (name not known, waiting for CARE’s shelter kit and kitchen distribution on 23 Nov): Ques: Why are you here? Ans: We all received cards. Through that we’re getting one box (=kitchen utensils), tarpauline, rope. We’re here to collect that. Mar 4, 2018
CARE Beneficiary (name not known, waiting for CARE’s shelter kit and kitchen distribution on 23 Nov): Ques: What brings you here? Ans: We are here to collect tarpaulin, rope… also we don’t have kitchen utensils like pot, spoons…we came here to get them. I pray and hope that you will support us more in the future. Mar 4, 2018
Beneficiary/Refugee (name not known, after receiving CARE’s shelter kit and kitchen set): We will use the tarpaulin for our roof…floor mat to sleep…pots to cook and plates to eat. Mar 4, 2018
Easin (after receiving CARE’s shelter kit and kitchen set): We couldn’t bring anything from Burma (=Myanmar). We’re here for two months. They are helping us as much as possible. Today I got a tent (=tarpaulin), two floor mats, rope, pots, glasses. They’re helping us so that we don’t suffer much in winter, our children don’t suffer. Mar 4, 2018
Hasina (after receiving CARE’s shelter kit and kitchen set): Got tarpaulin, will build the bed (=floor mat) to sleep with my kids…won’t catch cold. The pots we’ll use for cooking. Kids can use the plates to eat…glasses to drink water. The bowls we can use to serve curry. Mar 4, 2018
Selim: We came here from Burma. I cannot study. I don’t even know where the school is. It would be good to have a school here. Mar 4, 2018
Ambia (on common diseases): Rohingya kids are suffering from diarrhea. Blood dysentery, nausea, headache, gastric, skin deseases, diabetis, piles…these are common (=for all). We know which disease after seeing the doctor. Mar 4, 2018
Hasina Akhter (on tubewell): We have a tubewell here, 30 feet deep. Water supply is scarce. Sometimes we get sand mixed with water. It’s causing water-borne diseases. There are some tubewells, quite far. It’s difficult to fetch water from there every time. Mar 4, 2018
Zubaida (on washing facility): We have 63 shelters here. We have only three toilets, one isn’t working. We need to fetch water from far to take a shower. The queue is really long. Women are suffering the most. Mar 4, 2018
Abdul Mannan (on toilet): Toilet is a major issue here. We need to go far to relieve ourselves. Women especially suffer during day time. They go to other blocks (= different zone of the camp) at night. Women are suffering. The temporary toilet we got is full in two days. It’s hard. We also have little children. We are many families here, so the problem is acute. We need bigger toilets for the families to use. Mar 4, 2018
Ayas (on washing facility): Here we have 20-25 shelters but no washing facility. Women need to go to any secluded place to wash themselves. They need to go to the nearby village to take a shower. Here we have space to have a washing facility. We’re here for two months. We’re yet to get a bathroom. 20-25 houses are here. Women are especially suffering. Please help us. Mar 4, 2018
Bibi Aysha (on washing facility): We live on the hills. Most of us are women. We need to climb down to wash ourselves. There’s no bathroom down there either. We need to look for opportunities to shower where the tubewell is installed (=open space). It’s difficult. We need to check if men are around. Mar 4, 2018
Nurul Huq (on sanitation/WASH): Through this drain, water can hardly pass. People throw in water, rice etc. Bugs are growing here. Rotten food, bugs are spreading diseases. We can’t even walk on this road given the bad small. Mar 4, 2018
Asma (on shelter/winter): We’re from Burma. My husband was murdered. We couldn’t bring anything with us. We had to leave everything behind. I’m especially suffering as my husband is no more. Some neighbors helped me build this shelter. We’re suffering as we don’t have warm clothes. Please help us. Mar 4, 2018
Asia (on shelter/winter): 10 of us live in this shelter. Kids don’t have clothes, especially for winter. No blanket. The polythene rooftop can’t protect us from cold. We need tents. Life is really hard here…no peace of mind. We’re urging you to help us. Mar 4, 2018
Rojea (on cooking facility): We don’t have a kitchen. We need to cook inside (our shelter/home). It’s difficult to manage firewood. We cook once to cover three meals. We can’t always go out to collect firewood. It’s a small shelter with tarpaulin roof. Firewood is a crisis. Mar 4, 2018
CARE Bangladesh works to provide health services to the Myanmar refugees in Bangladesh Oct 2, 2017
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