At a Bangladesh refugee camp, those who fled Myanmar in the 1990s give food, shelter and clothing to new arrivals in greatest need.
Bangladesh: Rohingya build shelters as crowds grow. (Ismail Ferdous, cameraman / Wendy Tiba, editor)
“When we deprive these children of proper education, we are destroying their individual hopes and dreams, and doing irreparable damage to the future prospect of lasting peace in South Sudan.” –Arnauld Akodjenou
Unity Primary is one of the largest schools in Kakuma refugee camp, where classes of 200 are not unusual and staying motivated as a teacher can a be tough job.
Joint statement by UN Special Representative for International Migration and UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
Dreams shattered by Boko Haram violence restored by work of Mustapha’s Future Prowess Islamic Foundation.