A mother of four children works hard for food for her family in Leda (Tal)

Nur Fatema, a twenty-six year-old mother of 4, left her home in Arakan State and fled to Bangladesh along with her disabled husband eight years ago, because of brutal treatment by the Burmese Military.

“I along with my family members came to Bangladesh because of religious persecution and other human rights abuses such as forced labor, restrictions on movement and land confiscation, unfair taxation, extortion and arbitrary arrest by the military junta,” she told BNI in an interview.


Fatema, a mother of four children, sells food goods to feed her sons and disabled husband because she is not recognized by the UNHCR and Bangladeshi authority at Leda (Tal)
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