UNICEF centres are havens for Rohingya child refugees

There are hundreds of thousands of Rohingya child refugees in Bangladesh who arrived mentally and physically traumatised. Now, they are receiving much-needed psychological therapy in safe spaces where they can enjoy their childhood.

    There are hundreds of thousands of Rohingya child refugees in Bangladesh who arrived mentally and physically traumatised.

    Now, they are receiving much-needed psychological therapy in safe spaces where they can enjoy their childhood.

    The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) is working with partners in Bangladesh to create an environment where children express themselves and feel safe.

    Al Jazeera's Hannah Hoexter reports.


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