Rohingya children brush away their fears in new home Kashmir

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In one of the largest makeshift shelters for Rohingya in the Kiryana Talab area of Jammu and Kashmir, 10-year-old Parveena Bibi often asks for her parents. There are many children like Parveena who live an uncertain life in these temporary shelters in the region, many of them separated from their parents. Some of these children have started drawing in recent months depicting their disrupted lives through art, painting their desires to live a normal life surrounded by their loved ones. “According to figures by the Development and Justice Initiative (DAJI), a non-governmental organisation that w…

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