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Rohingya Refugee

A space for little survivors: Rohingya children of Modhuchhara
Cox’s Bazar, October 10, 2017: Safe water and sanitation has been the most urgent basic services for the Rohingyas since the beginning of the current influx. Scarcity of safe water, sanitation and lack of proper hygiene practices among the Rohingya ...

Scaling up safe water, sanitation and hygiene practices for Rohinyas to prevent diarrhoeal diseases
Cox’s Bazar, October 10, 2017: Safe water and sanitation has been the most urgent basic services for the Rohingyas since the beginning of the current influx. Scarcity of safe water, sanitation and lack of proper hygiene practices among the Rohingya ...

Without their parents, fighting for survival
Cox’s Bazar, October 5, 2017: Siblings Formina, 16 years, Sadiya 8 years and Muhammed Riaz 7 years arrived in Bangladesh 10 days ago (29th September) after a treacherous 7 day walk to flee violence in neighbouring Myanmar which saw their father killed.

Responding to safe water requirements of Rohingya refugees
Cox’s Bazar, 30 September 2017: Water is a major issue among the Rohingya refugees and the desperation for safe water is clearly visible when equal or more people line up before parked water delivery trucks than they do in front of the relief-carrying...

Responding to safe water requirements of Rohingya refugees
Cox’s Bazar, 30 September 2017: Water is a major issue among the Rohingya refugees and the desperation for safe water is clearly visible when equal or more people line up before parked water delivery trucks than they do in front of the relief-carrying...

Supporting information requirements of new Rohingya refugees
Cox's Bazar, 25 September 2017: Newly arrived Rohingyas started to come in their ones and twos as soon as UNICEF launched its Information and Feedback Centre in Balukhali camp in Cox’s Bazar on September 24 to provide vital Information support for them...

Vaccinating Rohingya children to protect against measles, rubella and polio
Kutupalong, Cox’s Bazar, 26 September 2017: Beneath the pink veil that covers her face, 13-year-old Rafika is a shy girl who has just arrived at the vaccination centre situated in the midst of the bustling Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazar, that houses...

Shakib seeks support for Rohingya children
Cox’s Bazar, 23 September 2017: UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and cricket superstar Shakib Al Hasan sought greater support from all quarters for the Rohingya people, especially the children and the women, for successfully dealing with this humanitarian...

Movie star tries to make a difference in children’s lives
Cox’s Bazar, September 23, 2917: It was far removed from the make-belief world of cinema. It was a real world where real children inflicted by real pain and suffering were being helped to overcome their traumatic experiences.

 

 
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