Hossein is seven years old. He is from Myanmar. He now lives in Balukhali camp in Bangladesh with his mother and siblings. They share a shelter with another single mother family, with a small partition separating the two families.
Siobh’an Foran, a CARE emergencies coordinator in Bangladesh, was quoted in a Cosmopolitan story about the traumatic childbirth of Sayeda Begum, a Myanmar refugee who was forced to flee her home to a Bangladesh refugee camp after she says her baby was killed by Myanmar doctors.
COX’S BAZAR (Nov.
Jannat (pictured) lost track of her husband while they were running to save their lives in Myanmar. She still doesn't know his whereabouts. She managed to cross the border into Bangladesh with her 10-month old child Noor Safa.
Women in the World: Mother tells horrifying story of being abducted and raped while trying to flee Myanmar
Begum (whose name has been changed to protect her identity) says its easy to identify the worst three days of her life. They are her last three days spent In Myanmar.
Roida, 10, and her family fled violence near their home in a small village in Myanmar. She now lives in a shelter within the Balukhali camp with her mother, father and her three siblings.
“Worst conditions I have seen” in 20 years of working with refugees, says country director
COX’S BAZAR (Sept. 18, 2017) — In the past three weeks, more than 400,000 people from Myanmar have fled to Bangladesh after an escalation of violence in Myanmar's northern Rakhine State. Most of the refugees, around 80 percent, are women, children and small babies.