25 August 2017, an eruption of violence has caused massive displacement of people from Myanmar to Bangladesh. As of May 2018, a total of 8, 98,312 people is estimated to have crossed the border into Bangladesh. (Situation Report: ISCG- 12 May 2018). The whole humanitarian activities for the Rohingya population are approaching in term of one window frame work BDRCS & IFRC.
Population Movement Operation (PMO), Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) in collaboration with International Federation of Red Cross Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and other Partner National Societies (PNSs) has launched a massive relief operation for the people of Myanmar at Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar of Bangladesh. The major components of the relief operation are Food, Shelter materials, WaSH support, Dignity kits, Hygiene kits, Health Care service, Psycho-Social Support (PSS), Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA), Protection Gender and Inclusion (PGI), reconnecting families (through Restoring Family Links-RFL) and awareness rising by Epidemic Control for Volunteers (ECV) in any natural disaster, landslide, cyclone in this verily disaster prone region of Bangladesh. The partners are scaling up its emergency response among people from Myanmar by providing food and non-food relief items through BDRCS for the continued arrivals coming to this area.