A crisis on top of crises
Cramped, overcrowded conditions and little or no electricity, lights, a toilet, or running water. Coronavirus has the potential to devastate vulnerable people living in these conditions.
Children like four-year-old Monir, and his family. Just one family among over 900,000 of the Rohingya people who had to flee to Bangladesh following persecution in Myanmar.
This is the world’s largest refugee camp and covid-19 plunged it into a strict lockdown. Movement is limited and community services, including schools, closed. Thousands of children are cut off from playing, learning and developing. This isn’t how children should live, especially those already living with deep trauma.