Tuesday, 02 September 2014

OneStat

Kutupalong, Bangladesh: Médecins Sans Frontières(MSF) had given special treatment program for suffering  ill students from  Home  Education program of unregistered refugee camp on April 26, at about 12:00pm, said a school teacher from the camp.

The refugee child has been suffering chicken pox

“Recently, most of the refugee children including the Home Education program students have been suffering from chicken pox, pneumonia and measles and fever.”

“We are facing problem to teach the students in the program, so we had requested to the officer of MSF which is providing health care to refugee and local, to give us a special treatment program for students. The MSF officer had given a program for students where the MSF staffs checked the students and given the medicines. We thanks to MSF from our Home Education program.”

We are providing health care for refugee and local in Kutupalong and it is our duty to give special treatment program for students when the teachers requested to us, said an officer from MSF.

Refugee child with skin diseases

We thanks to MSF and school teachers for special treatment program to our children – who have been suffering from chicken pox, pneumonia and measles and fever- where we haven’t able to take them to the clinic as we have no money, said  Abdul Amin, an old refugee from camp.

“We also thanks to our young refugees who have been teaching our children in the camp where around 1000 children are going to Home Education program. It is first time our children are getting education in the camp since we are living here.”