Japan to give additional US$17m for Rohingyas

Japan government has decided to give nearly 17 million US dollars as additional new support to forcibly displaced
Rohingyas and host communities in Cox’s Bazar through different international
organisations.
The total amount of assistance for supporting Rohingyas has reached to a total of approximately 112 million US dollars with this additional fund, a press release issued by Japanese Embassy here said today.

Since the massive influx of Myanmar nationals to Bangladesh in August
2017, Japan had, so far, granted approximately USD 95 million to various
international organisations and NGOs.

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This support includes site management of Rohingya makeshift camps,
community empowerment, shelter upgrade, child protection, WASH facilities,
medical services and trainings, environmental rehabilitation, life skills and
livelihood improvement and nutritional improvement.