Medical and health risks associated with communicable diseases of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh 2017
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AbstractComplex emergencies remain major threats to human well-being in the 21st century. More than 300 000 Rohingya people from Myanmar, one of the most forgotten minorities globally, have fled to neighboring countries over the past decades. In the recent crisis, the sudden influx of Rohingya people over a 3-month period almost tripled the accumulated displaced population in Bangladesh. Using the Rohingya people in Bangladesh as a case context, this perspective article synthesizes evidence in the published literature regarding the possible key health risks associated with the five main health and survival supporting domains, namely water and sanitation, food and nutrition, shelter and non-food items, access to health services, and information, for the displaced living in camp settlements in Asia.
All Author(s) ListChan EYY, Chiu CP, Chan GKW
Journal nameInternational Journal of Infectious Diseases
Volume Number68
Pages39 - 43
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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