Young Abdallah 12, pointing at our drone camera ? as it went overhead above Baharka camp for internally displaced Iraqis near Erbil. The children enjoyed following the drone and watching us film ? inside the camp. https://t.co/jVsMYePgSu
Ghazal is 2 years old
She is upset ?
because her older brothers won't allow her to play football ⚽ with them.
Ghazal & her family live in a camp for internally displaced Iraqis in Baghdad, they receive shelter support & other services by @Refugees
Every child should have good memories of childhood, good thoughts ? about life and the ability to generate smart ideas?that is what @Refugees is bringing to Rohingya refugees children, interactive learning, fun and the joy of @SesameWorkshop https://t.co/RH3851WFc7
Elephant watchtowers set up by @Refugees and @IUCN in refugee sites in Bangladesh allow trained Rohingya volunteers to direct stray elephants back to their herd to avoid elephant-human deadly encounters. https://t.co/qzsApgivRB
Wonder what these Rohingya children are doing ? They’re asking about art classes, eager to learn drawing and painting.
Art centres supported by @Refugees and partners are surfacing in many refugee camps in Bangladesh. https://t.co/3pvWOUn00X
Great taking Australian Aid and Embassy Staff in Bangladesh on a visit to refugee sites in Cox's Bazar.
Thanks Australia ??
one of UNHCR Bangladesh's biggest donors.With flexible funding,like Australia’s we can adapt quickly to immediate needs by refugees https://t.co/FsV7i7phLZ