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Over half a million Rohingya children, women and men, have been forced to flee to Bangladesh escaping violence in Myanmar.

They have arrived  traumatised, exhausted, hungry, and sick after walking for days from their villages through jungles, across mountains and rivers carrying  what little they could bring from home.

There is an urgent need for emergency shelters and core relief items as more refugees arrive.

 

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