Rohingya refugee boy works to support his family
Rohingya refugee boy works to support his family

Rohingya refugee Nur Hafes (L), 12, who is sole breadwinner for seven younger siblings and his mother, poses for a photograph with his family outside their shelter at Palong Khali refugee camp, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

Rohingya refugee boy works to support his family

Twelve-year-old Nur Hafes has been the sole breadwinner for seven younger siblings and his mother since they arrived at the camp in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar two months ago. Opening a brown umbrella, Nur offers to shade the visitors from the blazing sun, which can bring in a little extra cash for food and supplies.

Haber Merkezi 14:25 November 10, 2017 Yeni Şafak

Rohingya refugee boy works to support his family

Twelve-year-old Nur Hafes has been the sole breadwinner for seven younger siblings and his mother since they arrived at the camp in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar two months ago. Opening a brown umbrella, Nur offers to shade the visitors from the blazing sun, which can bring in a little extra cash for food and supplies. Twelve-year-old Nur Hafes has been the sole breadwinner for seven younger siblings and his mother since they arrived at the camp in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar two months ago. Opening a brown umbrella, Nur offers to shade the visitors from the blazing sun, which can bring in a little extra cash for food and supplies. Rohingya refugee Nur Hafes (L), 12, who is sole breadwinner for seven younger siblings and his mother, poses for a photograph with his family outside their shelter at Palong Khali refugee camp, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
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