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£945raised of £1,000 target by 35 supporters

    Weʼve raised £945 to raise funds to buy desperately needed food and water for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, fleeing Myanmar for their lives.

    Cox's Bazar, Chittagong Division, Bangladesh
    Funded on Monday, 30th October 2017

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    The Rohingya people have been persecuted in Myanmar for many years. They have been denied citizenship and have lived life on the margins. Now, according to the United Nations they are being systematically 'ethnically cleansed' from Rakhine Province in Myanmar. In the last few weeks 370,000 refugees have left their homes and crossed the border into Bangladesh. Men, women and children have been maimed, torched and killed by the Government, soldiers and extremists. This horrific pogrom is Darfur all over again, and we said we would never let it happen again. The refugees need shelter, water and food in Bangladesh, and through our event - ALL IN FOR ROHINGYA - and this fundraising page we hope to raise money towards that aim. PLEASE help.

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    • Uzma Mir-Young and Sanjay Majhu1 year ago
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      1 year ago
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    • Uzma Mir-Young and Sanjay Majhu1 year ago
      Uzma Mir-Young and Sanjay Majhu

      Uzma Mir-Young and Sanjay Majhu

      1 year ago

      Hello all.....we are nearly there, and just 4 days to go. THANK YOU THANK YOU if you have donated, but can I ask you to share this on your pages to see if we can get those last few donations in please? There are now some 500,000 people in Bangladesh - mainly women and children - who have fled in fear of their lives. Thanks so much.

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    • Uzma Mir-Young and Sanjay Majhu1 year ago
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      Uzma Mir-Young and Sanjay Majhu

      1 year ago

      Half way there but the numbers fleeing from death, rape and burning villages has increased to over half a million. Keep sharing.

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    Page last updated on: 10/31/2017 3:02 PM

    Supporters

    35

    • Shoma Mazumder

      Shoma Mazumder

      Oct 30, 2017

      Well done Uzma! X

      £10.00

    • Sarah Allan

      Sarah Allan

      Oct 30, 2017

      Well done Uzma.

      £10.00

    • Carole D

      Carole D

      Oct 30, 2017

      You're amazing Uzma. x

      £10.00

    • Ailsa Marshall

      Ailsa Marshall

      Oct 29, 2017

      Thank you for all you do.

      £20.00

    • Daisy & David

      Daisy & David

      Oct 29, 2017

      Best of luck with the event and sorry I can't attend.

      £10.00

    • Anne McCredie

      Anne McCredie

      Oct 29, 2017

      Good woman Uzma 💪🏻

      £30.00

    • Judith Mackay

      Judith Mackay

      Oct 28, 2017

      Thanks for being a do-er Uzma.

      £50.00

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    Uzma Mir-Young and Sanjay Majhu

    Uzma Mir-Young and Sanjay Majhu

    Cox's Bazar, Chittagong Division, Bangladesh

    Uzma and Sanjay met at the University of Glasgow in the 80s. Sanjay is a successful entrepreneur owning the Ashoka Restaurants chain, and Uzma is a TV Producer and Filmmaker. Both have been propelled into action by on- the-ground reports from a filmmaker they knew at Uni.

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