Being Disabled in the World's Largest Refugee Camp
An estimated 12 per cent of the almost 1 million Rohingya refugees in camps in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar District are living with disabilities. Those who work with people with disabilities here think the number is conservative. Due to the hilly and often muddy terrain, those with disabilities and older people face huge challenges moving around and accessing services.
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