Stranded mixed-up: Survivors’ tales

More than 200 Rohingya refugees are believed to have died or gone missing at sea in 2020.

More than 200 Rohingya evacuees are thought to have actually passed away or gone missing out on mixed-up in 2020 looking for a far better life.

The UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, states greater than a 3rd of those that made the dangerous trips from evacuee camps in Bangladesh to Malaysia and also Indonesia were youngsters.

Many deprived mixed-up on watercrafts run by smugglers prior to being averted at their last factor of location, as a result of Covid-19 constraints.

The Rohingya Muslims had actually currently left their residences in Myanmar to run away oppression and also going back to Bangladesh by sea has actually been made complex, with authorities rejecting to enable most watercrafts to dock in the nation’s landmass.

These are the tales of some that made it through.

Reporter: BBC South Asia reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan. Produced by Peter Emmerson. Animation by Davies Surya. Additional recording and also manufacturing by Omar and also Mohammad Faruk.

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