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Youth Clubs Help Rohingya Children Cope With Problems in Refugee Camps
UNICEF-supported clubs give adolescents a forum to discuss personal safety, early marriage and the dangers of drugs and trafficking.
After Two Years in Limbo, Rohingya Children Crave the Chance To Learn
The youngest victims of Myanmar's ethnic cleansing campaign are missing out on what only education can offer: a chance for a brighter future
A Youth Job Skills Program Is Building Futures in Bangladesh
Young Rohingya refugees and members of the host community in Bangladesh are learning valuable life skills to lift them out of poverty.
Heavy Monsoon Rains Drench Rohingya Refugee Camps in Bangladesh
Thousands of children and families are at risk from flooding and landslides. UNICEF is on the ground providing urgently needed assistance.
UNICEF Delivers Lifesaving Assistance to Rohingya Refugees
UNICEF is working to protect and support ethnic Muslim Rohingya families crowded into refugee camps in Bangladesh.
In Bangladesh, Rohingya Refugees Celebrate Ramadan
Despite the difficulties, ethnic Muslim Rohingya refugees are spending their holy month fasting and praying.
Signs of Hope in Bangladesh
UNICEF USA board member Dolores Rice Gahan reflects on her recent visit to a Rohingya refugee camp.
Mural Painting Brings Smiles to Rohingya Children Healing From Trauma
Driven from their homes by a brutal military crackdown, Rohingya refugee children use art to share their stories and dreams for the future.
Giving Rohingya Refugee Children a Safe Space to Play and Learn
Recovering from trauma, Rohingya refugee children in Bangladesh are getting a chance to just be kids again.
UNICEF Report: 900,000 Rohingya Refugees Struggle for a Future
One year ago, close to a million Rohingya fled violence in Myanmar for Bangladesh. Now a generation of children face uncertain futures.
No End in Sight: The Plight of Rohingya Refugees, One Year On
Conditions threaten to worsen in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, now home to the largest refugee camp in the world.
Three Things You Might Not Know About Rohingya Refugees
Terrorized by the Myanmar military, the Rohingya fled to Bangladesh. Now monsoon rains are destroying their refugee camps.
Helping Rohingya Mothers Feed Their Babies
Escaping ethnic cleansing in Myanmar, Rohingya refugees now face hunger in Bangladesh. UNICEF is there with lifesaving nutritional support.
Safe, Clean Water Is the Key to Life for Rohingya Refugees
Fleeing a military crackdown in Myanmar, the Rohingya face a new danger in Bangladesh: waterborne diseases.
A Rohingya Girl Tells How Her Family Escaped Violence in Myanmar
12-year-old Umme and her family fled to Bangladesh. Now the monsoon season has begun, bringing new dangers.
Video: Help — and Hope — for Rohingya Children in Crisis
How UNICEF and partners are working to address the urgent needs of Rohingya refugee children and their families.
Born a Rohingya, and a Refugee
In Bangladesh, a baby begins life in a camp for Rohingya refugees fleeing brutal violence in neighboring Myanmar.
Rohingya Refugees Face a Perilous Future
In a new report, UNICEF warns that the hundreds of thousands of children who have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh face a 'perilous future.'
UNICEF Ramps Up Relief for Myanmar Refugees
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya — mostly women and children — have fled ethnic violence for Bangladesh, and need help urgently.