In pictures: Rohingya families rediscover the joy of mealtimes

Mealtimes are a chance for families and friends to come together, to share food, tell stories and make plans for the future.

Rohingya refugees have been separated from their homes and their families, and simple routines, like eating favourite dish together, for more than 1.5 years. In Bangladesh, they are now rediscovering the joys of cooking and eating together with their newfound access to a diverse range of food.

Refugees are now using technology — through an electronic voucher — to purchase the…

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Gemma Snowdon

Communications Officer with the World Food Programme based in Cox’s Bazar. Ph: +880 17 1301 2875 | gemma.snowdon@wfp.org