Laila* (pictured) lives at Cox’s Bazar, a crowded Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh, where Oxfam is supporting vulnerable women, men and children with protective equipment, hygiene kits and infrastructure, and public health advice. She says,
“My family received soaps from Oxfam. We also use [a] toilet that was built by Oxfam. We are very afraid because every day we are hearing someone is getting infected by [coronavirus] … We do not know what is waiting for us.”
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