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Young Rohingya Girls - Voices, Concerns and Aspirations
Photographer: Sarika Gulati
Exhibit Title: Young Rohingya Girls - Voices, Concerns and Aspirations
After every visit, I often ask myself how long will it take to heal and rebuild hope. It’s been a year now to the Rohingya Refugee Crisis.
In this protracted humanitarian crisis, adolescent Rohingya girls are one of the greatest victims. Most of them have witnessed unimaginable violence, death, destruction and hunger and are facing malnutrition, trauma and potential disease outbreak.
Adolescent girls have become more vulnerable to child marriage, trafficking, domestic violence, sexual abuse and deep-rooted gender bias. Most girls never or rarely leave their bamboo huts.They spend almost every hour of every day inside their sweltering huts cooking, cleaning or attending to children. A rare few have stepped out to support their families. Most families still don’t have enough to eat.
Inspite of the difficulties they face, the girls demonstrate unwavering resilience, courage and care that their communities need in this long drawn crisis. It is pertinent that their vulnerabilities, voices, concerns, isolation, fear, homelessness and aspirations are heard.They long to go to school, feel secure, heal and rebuild their lives.
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