Nour is 9 he made the kite by himself and he flies it after school everyday, he says he wants it to touch the clouds ☁️ , talented young Rohingya refugees in refugee sites in Bangladesh deserve a good education and a better future. supported by @Refugees
Rohingya refugees community volunteers learn #Origami and how to make boxes ? hats ? elephants ? and more by folding paper. Displaying cranes ? they just made, they feel confident to teach others.
With help from partner TAI supported by @Refugees https://t.co/QZX6eCZPWp
Rohingya refugees @Refugees community outreach members demonstrate to other volunteers proper way to wash hands ✋ so they can all go out and reach other community members, it’s one way to avoid diseases and maintain hygiene ✨#WithRefugees https://t.co/WKtSNdz0Cr
Biggest influx one year ago, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees fled to Bangladesh, @Refugees and other humanitarian agencies providing assistance and mark the anniversary with a photo ? exhibition in Cox’s Bazar-Bangladesh. https://t.co/lVd4IzWvSb