The Rohingya Refugees of Kutupalong

Kutupalong, one of twenty-seven refugee camps in Southern Bangladesh is home to over 200,000 Rohingya refugees, victims of ethnic cleansing in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. The camp is vast beyond imagination. Thousands of people displaced with many still to find shelter, clothing and food for themselves and their families. So many having lost their loved ones to the military’s bullets, landmines and burnt down homes. These are the Rohingyan people; warm, welcoming, compassionate, brave and resilient people who don’t know if they’ll ever be able to return home; or if they’ll ever even want to.