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Refugee and migrant children
Preparation and Response to COVID-19
UNICEF is ensuring that children and families have access to critical information to know how to protect themselves and communities from COVID-19 infection
Three years of the Rohingya refugee crisis
Celebrating the courage, resilience and strength of Rohingya children
Social Hub provides Yassin with a new lease of life
Adolescent Rohingya boy finds hope at EU Social Hub in Cox’s Bazar
Learning New Games
Bangladeshi adolescent boys learn traditional Rohingya game from refugee friends
Akhi: Getting along
Social mobilizer shares her experience and words of wisdom about EU Social Hubs
Rohingya Women and Girls empowered with knowledge
Radio Listener Clubs and Information and Feedback Centers empower Rohingya Women and Girls with valuable knowledge.
Rohingya & Bangladeshi youths coexist peacefully
Rekindling hope: Supporting Rohingya and Bangladeshi youths to coexist and gain skills in a peaceful and non-violent environment.
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
Shortfall in education opportunities deepens despair of refugee Rohingya youth: UNICEF
Two years after mass exodus from Myanmar, quality learning and life skills are crucial to more than 500,000 children sheltered in Bangladesh
Rohingya refugee children in Bangladesh want to learn
Research and reports
Children in Bangladesh
Where we work
Supply and logistics
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UNICEF South Asia