BRUSSELS – In an unprecedented move an International charity organisation based in Brussels, the capital city of European Union, has announced an aid of 100 million Euro to support over a million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
The announcement was made by Prof Dr Hecham, vice president of the International Organisation for Refugee Affairs Care (UAN Org), on behalf of Prince Jamal Houssain Alnoaimi, President of the charity, during ‘The Plight of the Rohingya Conference’ held in the European Parliament on Tuesday, 5th of Dec, said Abdul Latif, media manager of the charity organisation.
Later talking to the media Prof Hecham said that “the video documentary showing the miseries of Rohingya people in Burma has melted our hearts and Prince Jamal who was also present in the conference decided to go for real action. “
He said “100 million Euro is not our limit, it is the first step, we invite everybody to join us, especially the European Union, the United Nations and other charity organisations,” in helping the Burmese refugees who have been forced to leave their homes and beed help.
Prof. Hecham said that “we need to be there, our organisation should officially be registered there, we should be directly on the spot alongwith our staff, and the Government of Bangladesh should provide us the diplomatic protocol and cooperate with us to open our offices where we need. We would also like to offer our center and offices to other organisations so that we can directly be able to help the needy people.”
He said that “UAN Org is for everybody, any religion, any colour and any belief; we support and aid every person only on the basis of humanity. ”