Since October 2017, OBAT Helpers has been working inside the camp to help improve access to health care, education and economic empowerment to the Rohingya population. OBAT Helpers is an Indianapolis-based nonprofit founded to care for refugees in Bangladesh.
If you would like to get involved with the work OBAT is doing here or abroad, please visit obathelpers.org to learn more.
“Nadyeli Quiroz and John David Wagner at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design are embarking on a year-long collaboration with OBAT Helpers, an Indianapolis-based community nonprofit, to explore how to create varied functional spaces within the camps, such as outdoor courtyards or provisional pop-up designs.”
Gail Schontzler, "Bozeman doctor helps struggling Rohingya refugees," Bozeman Daily Chronicle January 20, 2018 Dr. Katie Woods has worked at refugee camps before, but the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh where she…