January 4, 2018

What does self-defense mean for adolescent Rohingya girls?

By Dibarah Mahboob January 3, 2018 It was a warm, windy day in December in Kutupalong’s makeshift settlements in Cox’s Bazar. Around 20 girls, from 10 […]
December 20, 2017

A crisis within a crisis: Tackling a diphtheria outbreak in the Rohingya makeshift settlements

By Iffat Nawaz Life moves at an exponentially faster pace these days in Cox’s Bazar. Humanitarian workers’ tall strides of urgent service delivery are like waves […]
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 […]