Manchester Community For the Rohingya Refugees

Manchester has been and will always be a welcoming city for everyone. We accept everyone with open arms. We also care about people throughout the UK and people suffering and facing persecution in other parts of the world.

Rohingyas – the name of a community every one of us is aware of. We all know their stories. We all know how they were persecuted and were thrown out of their homes and left without any help or support from the rest of the world.

We call it Rohingyas – The Forgotten Humans

Manchester Community for Rohingyas

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Provide Emergency Food Parcel for the most oppressed people on Earth.

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Let’s Show the Power of Joining Together

We are asking the people of Manchester and Greater Manchester to help us raise money. We want to provide life-saving food for thousands of Rohingya families during these times.

Ramadan is here and our Rohingya brothers & sisters will be fasting. We can feed them and gain the reward of feeding a fasting person at the same time. Donate generously and help the Rohingya Refugee Families.

Story of Stateless Rohingya Muslims

All their life Rohingya Muslims have faced violence, persecution, and hatred. As a citizen, they were never accepted by Burma and when they fled from the violence in 2017 no other neighbouring country was willing to offer them an adequate refugee. This crisis is completely manmade and there is only one party to blame and that is Myanmar Government & Military.

This crisis started when the Myanmar military started a large-scale campaign of killings, rape, arson, and other abuses against Rohingya Muslims. This caused one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises in Bangladesh. Myanmar’s failure to take any meaningful actions to address either these atrocities against the Rohingya Muslims or the decades-long discrimination and repression against Rohingyas is at the root of delays in refugee repatriation.

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