Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh three years after their exodus
On 25 August 2017, a campaign of targeted violence by the Myanmar military began against Rohingya communities in Rakhine state. This was not the first campaign targeting the Rohingya, but it was by far the largest. Adding to the Rohingya refugee population that had fled earlier waves of displacement, approximately 900,000 refugees now live in Bangladesh.
It has been three years since most of the Rohingya now living in the world’s largest refugee camp arrived in Bangladesh, and they have known nothing other than uncertainty since then. They have little hope for the future, limited possibilities for work and education, and no solution in sight for their safe return to Myanmar. This year the situation has been further exacerbated by COVID-19.
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