Again even though these standards are not the greatest, they are at least organized and the refugees are grateful.
As this picture shows a run down bathroom, its still better then what most refugees probably had before. The countries provide them to the best to their ability.
Most refugees, even though still are not living in great circumstances, are grateful that they were able to leave their country and start a new life in another country.
Some countries agreed to treat refugees with care and dignity. So they set up these refugee camps to accommodate them.
In most refugee camps they are made so they can help out these people. As more how much resources they can give them might not be much but they definitely try to do their best.
Many refugees do anything they can to further support there family and the community even. Some even opened or helped out in local shops. Others just work around the camp.
In refugee camps there is not much they can do. They are still trying to stay alive and help out there families as much as they can. So families tend to stick together because it is the only thing they have left.
A lot of the refugee camps around the world need support from that country. Sometimes schools will provide education to the kids and hospitals will also help out like the refugee camp in Zaatari.
This refugee camp is designed to host 60,000 refugees but the population is over 150,000. Over population is very common in refugee camps.
In the refugee camps its very crowded and they all have to work. Its like a community. Usually sharing tents or stuff with others outside there families.
A lot of these refugees have to trek for days just to get to Ethiopia. There country had bad conditions and had a water drought and they were forced to leave or die from dehydration.
For almost a decade these refugees have been staying in Yemen but when problems in Yemen started a lot of these refugees decided to hop on a boat back home.
22 injured, 4 dead while on a boat trying to escape from their country that had some serious violence outbreaks.
They have fled because of a violence outbreak in their country. The estimated count of refugees is over 5,000. It does not state how they got there. I assume boats.
A large amount of people leaving Rohingya because of violence that broke out in Myanmar’s Rakhine State and are seeking asylum at near refugee camps. This picture shows what it is like for them,