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Author: Ika Mudzar

In Pictures: Out of sight but not forgotten

It’s easy to forget the people you don’t see in the media, and this includes over a million people still living in camps in Bangladesh after fleeing violence in the state of Rakhine, Myanmar. Behind these faces are stories waiting to be told and people we can’t forget. 

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In Pictures: Building stronger, more resilient communities in Cox’s Bazar

Nurjahan, together with her children, 10-year-old Mohammod Yunus (left), nine-year-old Norjuna and eight-year-old Mohammod Shofiq, live in a mega camp where  hundreds of thousands of people face rain, strong winds, landslides, and flooding. Two years ago, they walked for 15 days before crossing the Naf River by boat to find safety in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

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