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.
Since violence erupted in South Sudan in 2016, the number of people who have fled to safety in Uganda has exceeded one million.
“I sold all the house assets so that I can afford to pay the rent and to feed my children," says 35-year-old Asala. The mother of four children had to leave her home and now lives in Amran in western central. The family fled their village after their house was destroyed by an airstrike.
COX’S BAZAR (Oct 17, 2017) —Close to half a million refugees from Myanmar are in urgent need of assistance because they have either witnessed, experienced or are at risk of sexual assault or other forms of gender-based violence, warns CARE.
Myanmar Refugee Crisis in Bangladesh: 150,000 Refugee Children Under 5 Acutely Malnourished, Warns CARE
COX’S BAZAR (Oct. 13, 2017) — More than 150,000 refugee children under the age of 5 are acutely malnourished, warns the poverty-fighting organization, CARE.
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
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