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Rohingya Crisis | "I have nothing but admiration for the Rohingya"

MSF nurse Sunny La Valle describes her experiences of working in Bangladesh treating Rohingya refugees who have fled from Myanmar. 

"I expected to find a large refugee camp but, once I arrived,  I couldn't believe just how big it was. I couldn't wrap my head around how many people were displaced in such a short period of time and were now living here, unable to move."

Read more about Sunny's experience working in Bangladesh. Or, if you would like to help our work providing vital medical care for the Rohingya, please consider giving to our Rohingya appeal.

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