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Malnourished Rohingya children at heightened risk during pan
Community nutrition volunteers push through to prevent the COVID-19 crisis from spiraling into a nutrition crisis
In search for education for Rohingya children
Challenge of continuous learning in the world’s largest refugee camp during the COVID-19 pandemic
Preventing a silent crisis for Rohingya women and girls
A nationwide lockdown brings an increased risk of gender-based violence for Rohingya and Bangladeshi women and girls.
Rohingya children fight back against COVID-19
Diseases like coronavirus pose a big risk to refugees. But proper handwashing practices can help keep the threat in check.
Courageous health workers on frontline during COVID-19
Health workers continue to deliver essentials services in the Rohingya refugee camps as prevention measures are scaled up against Coronavirus
Rohingya and Bangladeshi girls bond
It is much more than just a structure. It is a place where women and girls from different communities find peace and make friendships
KAPB of Rohingya and host Communities in Cox's Bazar
A report on Findings from the Baseline Survey
Expanded education for Rohingya children
UNICEF to further expand access to education for Rohingya children by introducing the Myanmar curriculum for 10,000 students on a pilot basis
Rohingya parents’ thoughts for 2020
Rohingya refugees parents have high hopes for their six daughters in 2020 despite the tough conditions they endure in the vast camps in Bangladesh
Major progress in providing education in Rohingya camps
Creating an education programme from scratch for Rohingya refugee children: the journey to date
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Children in Bangladesh
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