Rohingya refugees are continuing to take deadly sea journeys to seek safety. The international community must respond.
An alarming number of Rohingya refugees have been marooned at sea in recent weeks. Urgent action is needed to address the drivers behind these dangerous voyages and to save those still adrift.
Long-established groups along the Thai-Myanmar border can serve as a vital lifeline for the informal delivery of aid to people in Myanmar.
Governments and international agencies have fulfilled few promises to better protect Rohingya.
The absence of a regional plan for the Rohingya crisis is leaving the Rohingya people vulnerable.