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  Issue Date: 11 / 2017  
 

Women and Girls: The Hardest Hit Rohingya Refugees



Paolo Lubrano
 

Razida, 35 carries her ten month old son Anisul through Unchiprang Camp in Bangladesh. Razida arrived in Bangladesh 20 days ago after walking for six days with her eight children. She brought nothing with her when she fled Myanmar and had to ask for food from people on the way. Credit: Tommy Trenchard/Oxfam Click image to enlarge.


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Paolo Lubrano is Oxfam’s Regional Humanitarian Manager for Asia.
 
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