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Rohingya Children Enjoy Rare Moment of Laughter
Hundreds of Rohingya children enjoyed a rare moment of laughter as they watched a play designed to teach them how to keep clean and stay healthy in Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh.
Five things I’ve learned being a humanitarian aid worker
Oxfam Humanitarian Worker, Iffat, shares the things she's learning the most as she provides support to thousands of Rohingya refugees living in camps at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
$72 million needed to protect Rohingya refugee women missing out on vital aid
Rohingya women living in Bangladesh are developing health problems, missing out on aid and are at greater risk of abuse due to unsafe and unsuitable facilities in many parts of the refugee camps - Oxfam
Bangladesh Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Half a million more Rohingya people have crossed over to Bangladesh since August 2017. So far, Oxfam has reached over 180,000 people. You can help us scale up our response.
Women’s Woes: Surviving daily life inside a refugee camp
As more and more Rohingya refugees arrive, so do the needs. Women, girls, and nursing mothers are particularly vulnerable and need to be protected.
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