The introduction of the Rohingya people and the crisis they are facing requires no further explanation. The Rohingya are a majority-Muslim ethnic group of people who have lived in the Buddhist nation of Myanmar for centuries. They’ve been described as the “world’s most persecuted minority” and probably this is the most brutal situation seen in the world today and in a scale which has not been seen in recent times.
The Rohingya have faced persecution at the hands of Myanmar’s military since the country’s independence in the late 1940s. But the most important thing is nobody comes to stop them. Myanmar army still continues the brutality by ignoring world’s top leaders. So, for the time being, the Rohingya people are fleeing Myanmar to live as refugees in Bangladesh and they’re still coming.
As a neighbor country, the Bangladesh government and people as well, have already shown their kindness & support for Rohingya refugee by giving shelters, reliefs, and all other necessary support available.
Providing relief to someone is very easy but giving shelter to someone is extremely difficult as they’re huge in number. Bangladesh is a small country with a big heart and the people here are doing their best for these distressed refugees.
Image Credit: @AJLabs by Aljazeera
Last month, we were in a team of 8 people that visited the spot for distributing some reliefs for Rohingya people at one of their camps at Paharpara, Naikhongchri, Bandarban in Bangladesh. The main thing we’d seen is the lack of proper distribution of reliefs as a lot of organizations and groups are continuously coming to help Rohingya people, but not in any form of a centralized system. This is why one family is getting a lot whereas, others are not. The bigger thing is the transparency in the fundraising, how much is exactly collected is never being clarified to the fund donators.
Updates: Good news is, Bangladesh government has already assigned “Bangladesh Army” to manage funds and reliefs for Rohingya refugees.
Around 550 members of the 10th Infantry Division of Bangladesh Army prepared a code of conduct on September 23, when they started working on relief distribution and rehabilitation of the forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals as Bangla Tribune has mentioned.
Well, my point is an app that I’ve found named ringID could be a great solution for this Rohingya crisis. Click To Tweet ringID is an all-in-one app that makes you versatile!
It gives all the social networking features in one place with Live, Channels, Video & Voice Calling, Fun Stickers, Messaging, Secret Chat, Music, News and much more for free. ringID is perfect for users who look for one dynamic app for all their social needs.
By using its LIVE feature you can broadcast LIVE video and raise funds by collecting the various type of coins inside the ringID network as a broadcaster. There is the other option to donate as a viewer and you can send 8 types of gifts for the Rohingya People.
Download and Create an Account
You need to download the app ringID where ever you from. Just go to this link https://www.ringID.com/dl. Or directly go to any app stores like Google Play (Android), iOS (App Store), and you can also use ringID from your PC too.
Now, Be a BroadCaster (Fund Collector)
Just see the image below.
Or Be a Viewer (Fund Donor)
Just see the image below
So, this is how you may help Rohingya People by sending 8 types of gifts as shown in the images below and after finishing the campaign the company ringID will add extra 20% coins on total aggregated funds and will run a relief activation for Rohingyas very soon.
8 Type of Gifts You May Send to Rohingya People Here’s 1 & 2
8 Type of Gifts and Here’s 3 & 4
8 Type of Gifts and Here’s 5 & 6
8 Type of Gifts and Here’s 7 & 8
TOP COLLECTORS LIST FOR THE “HELP ROHINGYA” PROJECT
TOP CONTRIBUTORS LIST FOR THE “HELP ROHINGYA” PROJECT
TRANSPARENCY IN THE FUNDRAISING & DISTRIBUTION
OTHER WAYS TO HELP “ROHINGYA REFUGEE”
Well, you can be a volunteer too and can participate on any relief program near you since organizations all around the city are continuously working for helping the Rohingya crisis.
HOW TO DONATE?