Bangladesh: Bringing sanitation to largest Rohingya refugee camp

Changing lives, the new sewage treatment plant is making a difference for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

    The largest sewage treatment facility ever constructed at a refugee settlement is providing a safer and cleaner environment for displaced Rohingya.

    Close to a million of them fled violence in Myanmar in 2017 and are now living in camps in Bangladesh.

    And a lack of sanitation has been a major concern.

    Al Jazeera's Sara Khairat reports.


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