Rohingya refugees need your help

Rohingya refugees walk in the pouring rain at dusk after crossing the border from Myanmar on September 09, 2017 in Gundum, Bangladesh.

(CNN)Up to 400,000 Rohingya refugees have fled violence in Myanmar and are seeking refuge in Bangladesh, according to the United Nations.

The Rohingya, an ethnic minority, have been denied citizenship by Myanmar for generations.
A Rohingya woman breaks down after a fight erupted during food distribution by local volunteers at Kutupalong, Bangladesh, Friday, Sept. 8, 2017.
Food and basic safety are constant worries for the refugees as they flee Myanmar.
There are several organizations on the ground in Bangladesh to help the arriving refugees:
    Concern Worldwide is providing food as an immediate need. In the long-term the charity is working to provide nutritional support specifically for children, pregnant women and new mothers.
    Partners Relief & Development is providing seeds and fertilizer to help establish a sustainable food supply. They are also bringing in basic medical support and tarps for shelter.
    Save the Children is providing support to unaccompanied children and distributing shelter kits. They have also set up 'child friendly spaces' to support children's emotional well being and provide a safe place to play.
    The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) is providing shelter materials, water, blankets, sleeping mats and other supplies.
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