More than 950,000 Rohingyan people have sought shelter In Bangladesh since the violence erupted in Myanmar during August 2017. As a stateless Muslim minority group in Myanmar, they have faced discrimination, violence and extreme poverty for decades.
Most have walked for days, bringing with them harrowing stories of violence, children have arrived and have been residing in overcrowded makeshift camps.
This recent spate of conflict has seen many more civilians killed, homes and villages burned down.
CAP Foundation have been on the ground to help families with emergency needs such as: fresh water and bathroom facility, Food, cloths, medicine, toys and baby essentials.
A partnership venture with Muslim Care to focus on the children of Rohingya to provide basic education and a place where the children can be children again.
An example would be, a group of children would sit on the floor, engrossed In board games, or play with plastic animals and engage In other activities.
10-year-old boy, Hassan, drew. “In my village, they did this” he said, referring to his sketches of soldiers killing people and of families in burning houses. Purple and black helicopters, he pointed at a figure of a soldier who killed a child by stepping on his chest. “We were tortured by the Myanmar army. When I draw these pictures, I feel good afterwards.” He also stated, explaining that drawing helps him express what he experienced.