Cox’s Bazar, the southern district of Bangladesh, is the main Rohingya refugee camp.
There are 40,000 Rohingya live in every square kilometer of the refugee camp at this moment.
There are 6 to 8 member families are living in these small house which is made by tree branches and fences.
For drinking water or daily use water Rohingyas have to stand in long lines.
They take bath and cook in front of the small house.
Often the houses on the lower side are flooded with dirty water from the toilets.
This dirt sometimes rolls by the side of the bed, Sometimes it falls on the roof of the house.
Due to such muddy, damp environment, Rohingya asylum camps are becoming unhealthier day by day.
On the other hand, the Bangladesh government has set up an environmental shelter project in the style of a cluster village at Bhasanchar in Noakhali district.
A total of 1,440 cluster villages have been set up there and each cluster village 16 families can be live easily.
If there are four members in each family then they will be given a separate room and there is a separate kitchen for them.
Safety water and hygienic toilets have been installed for everyone.
Besides, the Bangladesh government has set up food warehouses, cyclone shelters, mosques, clinics, schools, playgrounds, markets, cemeteries In addition there also made arrangements for fish farming ponds.
To meet the daily food needs there are different types of vegetable gardens.
If anyone wants to live as a human being, In any case, Bhasanchar is a hundred times better Residence than the Rohingya camp in Cox’s Bazar.