October 5, 2017

Holding on to childhood through child friendly spaces

Nine-year-old Amin plays with a rhino and a horse in a land of make believe. It has been a week since he arrived in Bangladesh with […]
October 4, 2017

Lighting up the shelters of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

Darkness comes early in the makeshift shelters built by people from Rakhine State of Myanmar. BRAC is distributing solar lamps so life can continue after the […]
June 22, 2017

An unlikely school in Sunamganj

It is early morning in Sunamganj in north-eastern Bangladesh. It is raining, like it does almost every day now. It is only light today, but it […]
June 12, 2017

What you see is water. What I see are my crops.

The elders in my village say they have never seen this kind of damage in their lifetime, and neither have I. My ancestors migrated here 200 […]