The remaining Rohingya of Buthidaung are suffering beyond expression being exposed to the tremendous need of educational access, healthcare, freedom of practicing religion, basic Human rights, opportunity to work, free movement, safety and security, etc.
In Buthidaung north, around 1800 pregnant women are suffering from Anemia and malnutrition because there is no place to take vaccination just for remaining Rohingya after 25 August, 2017. one pregnant woman died during the delivery with malnutrition in Ywa Thit hamlet, Inn Chaung village tract on 09 April, 2018.
After 25 August, 2017, 28 parentless children,26 familyless, aged disabled Rohingya and 73 people are suffering with different kind of diseases in Mee Kyaung Zay village tract and hence need emergency support from international organization to save their lives .
Around 1600 Rohingya students are lagging behind from learning because Buddhist government school teacher denied to come in the Rohingya villages for teaching Rohingya students in north Buthidaung.
On top of that arbitrary arrest and extortion of money are regular phenomena in Buthidaung north.