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Rosaria - Bangladesh

Rosaria is an aid worker running a men’s group in a simple open-plan bamboo and tarpaulin structure in a Bangladesh refugee camp.

Men at the group say they’re troubled because they couldn’t protect their families from violence at home or as they fled, and they can’t support them in Bangladesh, where they are not allowed to work.

“One man told me ‘I’m a carpenter but now I have no tools. What can I do with my hands? I can’t provide for my family’ Their roles have been taken from them and they’re suffering. There’s a reason they come here to our men’s group. They want to tell their story.” Photo: IFRC/Victor Lacken

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