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Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh -3

These Rohingya children in a refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar have no opportunity to go to school. In 2017, 607,000 Rohingya refugees came across the border into Bangladesh to escape ethnic cleansing from the Myanmar military.
Photo by Ellyn Schellenberg

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Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh -4

Rohingya child peaks out of the doorway of the temporary shelter. In 2017, 607,000 Rohingya refugees came across the border into Bangladesh to escape ethnic cleansing from the Myanmar military. This has become the fastest growing refugee disaster in the world.
Photo by Ellyn Schellenberg

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'We had to leave'

OM writer Ellyn shares firsthand accounts from those who fled for their lives to Bangladesh and now reside with thousands in camps in Cox’s Bazar.

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Young girl rests - Photo by Garrett N.

A young girl, who just arrived in Bangladesh on a boat with 38 others, rests in the shade of the trees and her umbrella. Photo by Garrett N.

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A boy holding a baby fast asleep (1 of 2) - Photo by Garrett N.

A boy holds his baby brother in the doorway of their temporary shelter in one of the refugee camps in Cox Bazaar. Photo by Garrett N.

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Rashid and his family - Photo by Garrett N.

Rashid and his family arrived at 4:00 in the morning by boat across the Bay of Bengal after waiting for two months for a way across. Photo by Garrett N.

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Saving his family - Photo by Garrett N.

Nural was beaten by soldiers when he stayed behind to save his 104-year-old mother. Photo by Garrett N.

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Travel for days - Photo by Garrett N.

Many children are weakened from malnutrition after several days or even weeks of travel. Photo by Garrett N.

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Refugee camp - Photo by Garrett N.

A view of one of the many refugee camps that have sprung up around Cox’s Bazar to house more than 607,000 Rohingya. Photo by Garrett N.

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Jarbair and his family - Photo by Garrett N.

Jarbair and his family have been living in the refugee camp for two months. He had only finished his first year at university and is now unsure about further education opportunities he will have. Photo by Garrett N.

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