BANGLADESH. The Rumah Zakat Medical Team in the Indonesia Humanitarian Alliance in Bangladesh again held a health care campaign for Rohingya refugees at Jamtoli Camp.
One of the patients who came was Muhammad Ali (10th). Ali suffered a wound in his hand from being pierced by bamboo while helping his father make a kitchen in a refugee shelter.
Ali had told me that one night his village in Myanmar was destroyed by a group of unknown people. It made Ali and his family forced to flee. They pass through forests, swamps, and rivers to get to Teknaf, Bangladesh.
Now, Ali and his family live in Jamtoli Camp, Ukhiya.
“It feels sad, as other children in the hemisphere are busy figuring out how to win online games, Rohingya children have to struggle to live in the evacuation,” said Januar Habibi, Doctor who joined in Rumah Zakat Medical team.
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