A year after the great exodus, a sad balance sheet that of the Rohinga children who managed to escape to Bangladesh after the violence suffered in Myanmar. One in two was orphaned and saw his family killed.
Now in Cox’s Bazar camp, among the many difficulties of lack of food and care, spaces have been created for these desperate and traumatized children, cared for by psychologists and assistants.
So that they can escape human trafficking and rediscover their lost childhood. FMSI has contributed to the support of these rescue and care operations.
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