“Children are very quiet here. That’s the one thing that strikes me. It is just so sad. They deserve their childhood. They deserve some good experiences. They deserve to not have to live through this.”
Shelley Thakral, spokesperson for the World Food Programme (WFP), described the scene at Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, where over 600,000 children and adults have fled from Myanmar’s Rakhine State since late August.
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