The Rohingya

It’s been almost two years working at the Rohingya refugee camps. I still see people crying while telling me about their stories, their life back in Myanmar, their living conditions in the camp. But they still express the love that they have for their country Myanmar. The common thing that I hear is their freedom to go to the mosque and pray in this refugee camp which was totally restricted for most of the Rohingyas back in Myanmar. They say it feels like heaven when they hear the sound of prayer call every time because it was also restricted in their country. Regarding the Rohingya crisis what we have seen is violence, loss, eyes full of tears, trauma, injuries and many more. What I’ve learned from these refugees is to be hopeful and to keep faith on God.

Here are few of my works done in the Rohingya refugee camps,