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The first COVID-19 case in the Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh was officially reported on 14 May, with three additional cases recorded as of 16 May 2020. 859,000 Rohingya currently live in the world’s largest, most densely populated refugee camp. They are especially vulnerable to COVID-19 as the living conditions in the sprawling camp are extremely cramped and overcrowded.

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World Vision's COVID-19 response aims to provide targeted support for at least 72 million people, focusing on places where children are most at risk - conflict affected contexts, urban slums and refugee settings.

People reached through our COVID-19 emergency response

32,648,834

including 12,714,864 children.

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HOW COVID-19 MAY
DISPROPORTIONATELY HURT THE POOR

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Health facilities in these impoverished countries are often poorly equipped, lacking respiratory equipment as well as isolation and intensive care facilities.

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In refugee camps,
infection rates are higher due to cramped living conditions, poor hygiene and inaccessible healthcare.

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Children and families currently battling pneumonia, malaria, HIV, AIDS, and malnutrition are at a much higher risk of contracting COVID-19.

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People who depend on hand-to-mouth living will be devastated by any loss of work during the lock-down and economic downturn


ALL IT TAKES IS JUST
ONE INFECTED CASE
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AN ENTIRE POOR COMMUNITY TO BE AT RISK!

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