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Rohingya Refugees, Bangladesh Community Healthcare

Healthcare response for Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshis in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, following the continuing influx of refugees following extreme violence that broke out in Myanmar's Northern Rakhine State on 25 August 2017. Locations: Kutupalong Primary Healthcare Clinic, Kutupalong Community Healthcare Clinic, Ukhiya Health Complex, Leda Healthcare Clinic. Verbal consent was given by the people in these photos.

Photos by Olivia Headon

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An IOM doctor provide medical assistance to a newly arrived Rohingya refugee at Balukhali settlement.
Sign for Ukhiya Health Complex, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, which serves both Rohingya refugees and the local Bangladesh community
An IOM Pharmacist fills a prescription at th Kutupalong Community Healthcare Clinic, which serves Rohingya refugees and the local Bangladesh community.
Caption: A baby only a few days old sleeps next to her mother at IOM’s Leda Clinic.
IOM Kutupalong Primary Healthcare Clinic.
Women wait with their children to see the doctor at IOM's Leda Clinic.
A community healthcare worker uses the time patients spend waiting to see the doctor to share important health messages.