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Rohingya Children Draw Their Dreams: And It Looks Like Home

Cox’s Bazar – When 10-year-old Ansarullah was asked to draw his dream and greatest wish, he drew a house. So did almost every other of the 25 Rohingya refugee children who took part in a recent drawing activity session run

Boris Johnson Hears Rohingya Refugees Fears as IOM Acts against Monsoon Disaster

Cox’s Bazar – Boris Johnson, United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary, met with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh on 10 February and described as “unimaginable” the conditions they will face when the monsoon hits their camps in coming weeks. The foreign secretary, who

UN Migration Agency Begins Massive Shelter Upgrade for Rohingya Refugee Camps as Fears of Monsoon Disaster

Cox’s Bazar – As fears mount for the safety of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh ahead of the impending monsoon season, IOM, the UN Migration Agency, has launched a major roll out of materials to help 120,000

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100,000 Medical Consultations in 100 Days

Cox’s Bazar – If Morisha’s family had waited a matter of minutes before bringing her to the UN Migration Agency(IOM)’s health post in the Balukhali makeshift settlement, she would be dead. Full term, in her first pregnancy, the 20-year-old started

The Rohingya Refugees who Met Pope Francis

Dhaka — When a bullet tore into Jafor Alom’s forearm, he did what anyone would do — he ran for his life. Bleeding heavily and fearing further worse attacks, he kept going until he reached Bangladesh with his family. “I came here to save

Shelter for Rohingya Refugees
How Aid Agencies Can Help

A few shelters away lives Romida. Arriving from Myanmar with nothing just over a month ago, Romida and her husband found it tough to build their own shelter. They were not able to make the structure weatherproof with the inadequate

Rohingya Crisis Response: Situation Reports

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