December 20, 2017

The uncertain future of the Rohingya children

This was not only in the Kutupalong camp, but in Balukhali, Thangkhali, Hakimpara – in all of the camps and settlements. Instead of playing, or going […]
December 7, 2017

Inside Cox’s Bazar’s settlements where childhood and laughter still exist

By Shashanka Saadi It’s a life of uncertainty, and a life inside a jail. Movement is strictly regulated and there is no assurance of a regular […]
November 27, 2017

What do safe spaces in a humanitarian crisis look like?

by Sarah-Jane Saltmarsh and Zaian Chowdhury A group of young women clad in vibrant headscarves have formed a moving train, hands locked to each other’s shoulders. […]
November 22, 2017

BRAC’s pink vests: On the ground again with Asif Saleh

It has been almost three months since people started fleeing from Myanmar into Bangladesh. The scale of the humanitarian crisis is only growing, with people still […]