Plight for shelter

by Muhammad Ibrahim Ibne Towhid

Photos by Sony Ramany


A month has already passed since the influx of Rohingyas from Myanmar began. Till date, more than 570,000 Rohingyas have fled from the violence in Rakhine state into Bangladesh. UN has already termed the violence a textbook example of ethnic cleansing of ‘the world’s fastest-developing refugee emergency’ and a ‘humanitarian nightmare for humanitarian activities.’


Rohingyas are looking for settlements in makeshift camps on the slopes of hill, forests at overcrowded registered and unregistered camps in Bangladesh. They are counting days in hardship in absence of food, healthcare, proper sanitation facilities and water.





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