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The suffering of hundreds of thousands Rohingyas living in the settlement camps in Cox’s Bazar continues due to non-stop rainfall for more than five days, posing challenges for the administration to deal with the situation.

Concerned government officials in Cox’s Bazar also told Mercy Correspondence that the government was responding to the situation in accordance with the needs, and that there were contingency plans in place if the situation worsens for network failure too.

The district administration has categorized 200,000 of about a million residents of the settlements as vulnerable to landslides, they said.

However, they added that, there were no landslides as yet.

Some Rohingyas in two camps told this correspondent that situation was really bad as they were facing heavy downpour for more than the last two weeks.

Many of their living places with weak structure have gotten even weaker making those literally unlivable due to continuous rain, they said, adding that despite very bad condition they are living there due to lack of other choices.

As their living places are on the slopes of hills, they fear landslides, said the residents.

Two days back, two Rohingya children were washed away under het mud at Teknaf by the rain water, and died, they said.

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