Motherhood in a Refugee Camp

“I want him to become a doctor. That way, he can treat other people, and he can be respected”. 25-year-old Laila lives in Unchiprang refugee camp, Bangladesh, with her husband, their only child, and her 106-year-old grandmother. In this video blog, Laila explains the challenges of raising her son in a refugee camp, and shares her hopes for his future.



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