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    Fact-finding report on Rohingya refugee camps in Delhi and Haryana

    Date: 08/05/2017

    Document: Read the full fact-finding report here.

    There are seven refugee camps in the Mewat district of Haryana, these are: Shapur Nagli- I, Shahpur Nagli- II, Ferozpur Namak- I (Chandini- I), Ferozpur Namak- II (Chandini- II), Nuh (near bus stand), Jogipur, alibas (near city police station) Punhana. Two camps at Kalindi Kunj and Shram Vihar, Delhi and two camps at Budena village, Faridabad has been visited by group of Social activists and lawyers to know about the present status of the Rohingyas refugees living thereby on various parameters viz. Housing, Education, Sanitation, Health care sevices.

    On May 8, 2017, an HRLN fact-finding team visited Rohingya settlements in Mewat district, Haryana. The key objecstive was to obtain information on the maternal health, sanitation, and education services available to the Rohingyas. The methodology employed by the team included individual door to door interviews, and focus group discussions.

    This mission was conducted as a follow-up to a previous one done on the 20th of February, 2016, where four settlements in Mewat were visited.

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