Being a Rohingya woman

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What shall life bring to these girls?

The camps in Cox’s Bazar are home to more than one million people and have become the biggest refugee camp in the world. Women are facing serious health and social issues and the living conditions in the camps are very hard.

August 2018 / Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

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A one-month-old baby is sleeping inside the house

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S. and her one-month-old baby. She doesn’t have any milk to breastfeed, due to malnutrition and stress.

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A Rohingya albino woman holding a child

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Mumtaz is showing the scars on her daughters head.

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Tasmin, 18 and her first baby boy

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