Dear Valued Donor,
In the border town of Cox's Bazar, Human Appeal staff are distributing lifesaving aid to Rohingya refugees. Thousands of families have fled Myanmar, barely escaping with their lives. They are in desperate need of food, clean water and medical care.
In partnership with Global One and Muslim Hands, we have provided 450 family food parcels, which will feed approximately 2,500 people. We've also introduced a ticketing system so that families can queue with dignity.
Nur Jahan and her little ones need your help
Nur Jahan is heavily pregnant and surrounded by her small children. She has been in Bangladesh just three days, sheltering in a refugee camp. Before she left Myanmar, her husband was murdered and displayed outside their home. She and her children witnessed this horrific act.
She is weak with hunger and tickets for food parcels ran out before she could collect one. With your help, we can give out more lifesaving food packs and ensure that grieving families like Nur Jahan's receive the nutritional support they so desperately need.
Click here to watch Nur Jahan's story
The crisis isn't over for displaced Rohingya families
It costs just £65 to buy a food parcel that will feed a family of five for a whole month. This can mean the difference between life and death for vulnerable people who have been subjected to appalling violence and forced to leave their homes.
The Rohingya Muslims are still making desperate duas for your help. You can answer their prayers today.