Rohingya refugees get identity cards in Bangladesh

Rohingya refugees get identity cards in Bangladesh

Now Bangladesh have been issued identity documents of 5 lakh Rohingya refugees for living in Bangladesh by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). UNHCR’s Bio-metric Identity Management System (BIMS) fraud-proof cards are being issued jointly by Bangladeshi authorities and UNHCR to all verified refugees over the age of 12.

These cards will help in establishing and safeguarding the right of Rohingya refugees to return to their homes in Myanmar. UNHCR’s (BIMS) captures bio-metric data, including fingerprints and iris scans, which secure each refugee’s unique identity as well as other important information such as family links.


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