Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom

Mohammed Jamjoom is a correspondent for Al Jazeera English.

Asia

Rohingya crisis: Environmental issues add to humanitarian woes

Hundreds of thousands of refugees from Myanmar are in Bangladeshi camps where resources are scarce.

Rohingya crisis: Environmental issues add to humanitarian woes

Asia

Traditional Rohingya midwives helping pregnant refugees

In Bangladesh, 130 community healthcare workers have been recruited by UNFPA from among the Rohingya.

Traditional Rohingya midwives helping pregnant refugees

Asia

Rohingya children struggle to get most basic education

Charity trying to give the young refugees education after Myanmar banned them from school.

Rohingya children struggle to get most basic education

Asia Pacific

Will UN's Myanmar 'genocide' accusation amount to change?

Refugees likely to continue to suffer severely despite damning report accusing country's top military generals of atrocities against the Rohingya.

Will UN's Myanmar 'genocide' accusation amount to change?

Asia Pacific

Rohingya demand justice a year after fleeing Myanmar

Al Jazeera speaks to one Rohingya activist who is urging fellow Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar to begin demanding their rights and seek justice one year on from attacks that sent them fleeing to safety in Bangladesh.

Rohingya demand justice a year after fleeing Myanmar

Middle East

Battle for Yemen's Hodeidah: 'Shells raining down on us'

UN warns the humanitarian crisis in Yemen is worsening as tens of thousands of families are displaced by the Saudi-UAE coalition offensive to retake the strategic port city.

Battle for Yemen's Hodeidah: 'Shells raining down on us'

Rohingya

'We want peace': A Rohingya family's 40 years of suffering

Rohingya refugees tell of decades of persecution and horrors suffered at the hands of Myanmar security forces.

'We want peace': A Rohingya family's 40 years of suffering

Bangladesh

Rohingya refugee camps face landslides as monsoon season hits

Aid workers are racing against time to relocate Rohingya in Bangladesh as monsoon season approaches.

Rohingya refugee camps face landslides as monsoon season hits

Iraq

Residents of destroyed Mosul plea for help to rebuild the city

In Iraq's post-ISIL Mosul, symbols of suffering still dominate the cityscape but there are signs of hope that city is rebuilding and recovering.

Residents of destroyed Mosul plea for help to rebuild the city

Middle East

FSA rebels defiant as Syria boosts offensive to retake Deraa

US tells Syrian opposition fighters not to expect backing in the Deraa, the cradle of country's uprising and one of last two areas still held by rebels.

FSA rebels defiant as Syria boosts offensive to retake Deraa

Africa

Leave No Girl Behind helps young African mothers access education

The Leave No Girl Behind campaign, launched by Human Rights Watch, aims to help many pregnant girls and teenage mothers prevented from returning to school.

Leave No Girl Behind helps young African mothers access education

Middle East

The woman protecting Tunisia's cultural heritage

As ancient buildings fall into disrepair and traditional crafts are in danger of disappearing, entrepreneur Leila Ben-Gacem has taken it upon herself to save and preserve what she can of the country's rich culture.

The woman protecting Tunisia's cultural heritage