Bangladesh: Micro-gardening helps Rohingya refugees improve diet

Micro-gardening kits are distributed to tackle malnutrition and improve the diet of Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar.

    There is something new on the menu in the world's biggest refugee camp in Bangladesh.

    More vegetables and greens have been introduced to the diets of those living in the camp.

    Al Jazeera's Sara Khairat reports on new projects attempting to reduce malnutrition.


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