Asean’s Balancing Act – The Rohingya Crisis

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Asean’s Balancing Act – The Rohingya Crisis

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For 700,000 Rohingya refugees stranded in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, everyday items like soap and a toothbrush can be luxuries. Hope and relief comes in the form of aid boxes distributed by the UN Refugee Agency. They’re loaded with everyday items to help families meet basic personal care and hygiene needs. But can they afford to live in dehumanising conditions indefinitely?

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