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Today’s Solutions: July 17, 2024

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Playtime & puppets help refugee children and families through the pandemic

Before the pandemic hit in early March of 2020, you would have found refugee children living in Rohingya, the largest refugee camp in recorded history, laughing, jumping, and playing in a BRAC Humanitarian Play Lab (HPL), a colorful and welcoming structure, its floors padded with embroidered mats Read More...

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The new characters in the Sesame Street cast are refugees

A large part of the nearly one million residents of the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh are children, many of whom have suffered traumatic events as they’ve escaped persecution in Myanmar. To help alleviate the distress of Rohingya refugee children and provide them with early years of Read More...