The UN has described atrocities against the Rohingya as ‘textbook ethnic cleansing’. At least 606,000 people have fled Myanmar in search of refuge over the last two years – with over half of the refugees caught up in the crisis said to be children. With homes destroyed and educational access limited, trauma is widespread and whole childhoods have been stolen away from thousands of innocents. Al-Khair Foundation have been working tirelessly to meet the needs of both Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and the besieged populations within Myanmar’s Rakhine State – providing food, water, shelter, health and education programmes to the affected. Since early 2017, we have provided over 400 families with food, 12,000 people with water, fed 15,000 individuals with cooked meals and provided food packs and household essentials to over 18,000 people. Help us to ensure that one of the world’s most overlooked minorities get the vital life-saving support they need.