Watch Greta Van Susteren Report from Bangladesh on the Plight of the Rohingya

July 13, 2018 • Bangladesh
Journalist Greta Van Susteren saw the Samaritan's Purse medical clinic in Cox's Bazar, near a displacement camp for the Rohingya.
Journalist Greta Van Susteren saw the Samaritan's Purse medical clinic in Cox's Bazar, near a displacement camp for the Rohingya.

The Rohingya continue to face tremendous challenges even after fleeing Myanmar. Samaritan's Purse remains in Bangladesh to provide medical care for these desperate people.

Almost a million Rohingya have fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh. Conditions remain difficult in crowded camps. Monsoon rains only compound the problems. Learn more by watching journalist Greta Van Susteren’s recent report (above) for Voice of America (VOA) from Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. Greta is a longtime friend and supporter of Samaritan’s Purse and has traveled to the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East to see our work.

Samaritan’s Purse has been receiving patients at the medical clinic we established in Cox’s Bazar since Jan. 1, 2018. Though no longer treating diphtheria, our staff members continue to provide high-quality care in Jesus’ Name. To learn more about the history of our work, go to “Medical Teams Continue Caring for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh.”

Also, see an excellent video that depicts life for fathers in the camp.

Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham saw our work in Bangladesh in January. You can read more about his trip here.

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