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Rohingya in Bangladesh: One year after the exodus

A year ago, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya began fleeing Myanmar and crossing into neighboring Bangladesh.

Almost one million people are living in Kutupalong, in Bangladesh's southeastern district of Cox's Bazar. The refugee camp has existed for decades and has now become the largest in the world. Longtime camp residents and newcomers now live side by side with the local population.

With support from Germany's Federal Foreign Office and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), DW Akademie is training young Rohingya and young local residents to become community journalists.