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Rohingya refugees worry about food shortages as more arrive in Bangladesh


Rohingya refugees worry about food shortages as more arrive in Bangladesh

Cox's Bazar (Bangladesh), Nov 27 (ANI): Amid the on-going Rohingya crisis, refugees are finding it difficult to arrange food and shelter. Janu, a Rohingya refugee, faces daily challenge of finding enough food to eat.

She's been living off just on rice and lentils since she fled her home in Myanmar last month. Narrating her daily challenge, Janu shared: "If I could get two cups of rice for our children, then I can give about a handful of food to everyone.

But if we can't get rice and other relief goods and my husband can't go out of the camp to work, we just have to survive with the little we have. We're facing many difficulties." Janu is one of over 6,00,000 Rohinga, who have been forced to live in camps in Bangladesh, after a violent Army clampdown in late August.

The number of Rohingya refugees is still increasing, in spite of a memorandum of understanding between Myanmar and Bangladesh to start repatriation of the Rohinga. Janu and her husband, along with thousands other refugees, n

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