Washington DC, 31 March 2022 (TDI): US Ambassador to Bangladesh, Peter Haas, at the inauguration of the 2022 joint response plan for the Rohingya humanitarian crisis in Bangladesh, has announced an aid of 152 million.

This humanitarian help will aid not only Bangladesh, Burma and all the regions that were affected by the ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya and the areas affected by the Burmese military genocide.

Humanitarian Aid 

The United States has provided them with over 1.7 billion since 2017. About 740,000 Rohingya were forced to flee to safety in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

The humanitarian assistance includes nearly $51 million from the State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) and more than $101 million from the US Agency for International Development (USAID).

With more than $125 million for programs specifically in Bangladesh, this funding will enable the humanitarian partners of the US to provide life-saving assistance to the over 920,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

It also provides support to more than 540,000 affected members of the local host community in Bangladesh.

The aim of providing such assistance is to show that the United States stands with the affected people and will support them in their reconstruction.

They will provide the people in the refugee camp with the basic human needs such as clean water, food, shelter, training, and education. They also facilitated healthcare.

The US applauds all the humanitarian states who helped the Burmese and Rohingya Muslims for a fifth year in a row. Bangladesh and its government have taken on this crisis greatly and handled the people well.

The United States wishes to end this genocide and is working for the people’s safe, disciplined, and united return back to their land. They are working for the Burmese military genocide to stop and persuade Burma to be a democratic state in the future.