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We are getting close to the end of this challenge! Let's use this final hours to power up our proposals and make a difference in Rohingya's life. -... Show more

From the Make It Happen team, we want to thank you all for your getting involved, it is so fulfilling to see a group of professionals working... Show more

From the Make It Happen team, we want to thank you all for your getting involved, it is so fulfilling to see a group of professionals working together to help those who most need it! <br /><br />Every idea creates a possibility of improving the lives of the communities in Bangladesh, so we want to invite you to share this initiative with your friends and colleagues. <br /><br />Union make force!

"No one was left" - Death and Violence against the Rohingya - A great article produces by MSF that narrates the Rohingya crisis events.

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This challenge is on the final track!
Are your proposals ready? Don't mis the due date tomorrow! And don't forget, if you have any questions you can...
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This challenge is on the final track! <br />Are your proposals ready? Don't mis the due date tomorrow! And don't forget, if you have any questions you can reach us at info@dime-network.com. <br />Lets do this last effort for them!

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"In the early hours of 25 August 2017, the Myanmar military launched “clearance operations” in Rakhine State, ostensibly in response to coordinated attacks... Show more

Do you know why it is so important to help them? Because it is our only chance to show them that there is hope in this world, that humankind is... Show more

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“The fastest-growing refugee crisis in the world”

On August 25, 2017, Myanmar military unleashed a campaign of terror in state’s...
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Help us help THEM<br /><br />“The fastest-growing refugee crisis in the world”<br /><br />On August 25, 2017, Myanmar military unleashed a campaign of terror in state’s northern townships. Rohingyas found themselves, out of sudden, running away for their lives, leaving behind everything they knew as home. They ran and walked for days, sometimes weeks. Arriving dehydrated, their feet seared and swollen, soldiers shot them from behind as they fled across a border stippled with landmines. The violence that took place has been described as a campaign of ethnic cleansing, while rights experts say there is evidence of genocide. <br /><br />Close to a million Rohingya people have fled violence in Myanmar to seek refuge across the border in Bangladesh. This unprecedented number of refugees, of whom more than half are children, has caused a large-scale humanitarian crisis

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