Stewart K. answered 07/11/21
AP, Research Paper, and Classroom History, Gov, and Geo Tutoring
There are several sources of assistance for Rohingya (and other) refugee populations around the world. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) coordinates UN and private voluntary organization support for refugee camps and coordinates host country government assistance for the camps. There are many UN and non-governmental agencies that operate in the camps including Médicins Sans Frontières (providing health care), UNICEF (providing educational and childrens' health support), Red Cross, World Food Program, and governmental foreign aid agencies including USAID. In addition, the World Bank has given the government of Bangladesh around US$500 million to help them support the costs associated with hosting the refugees (transportation, housing construction, water and electric, law enforcement, etc.).