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Lost and found radio booth helps protect Rohingya refugee children from traffickers

by Katie Arnold and Shanshan Chen

A makeshift booth in Bangladesh's Kutupalong refugee camp comprising a wooden table and microphone is helping to protect Rohingya children from traffickers who are roaming the camps looking for easy prey.

The lost and found information booth was set-up two months ago by Nazir Ahmed, a refugee in the camp and has already reunited some 1,800 lost children with their parents.

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