A 15-country snapshot report on progress in the fight against advanced HIV
INTERVIEW: Rohingya refugees. Fatima in camp 18
We are happy to have found peace and shelter. We've also been given food, thanks to God. In Burma, we couldn't eat as we do here. Here, we're not afraid to sleep at night. There’s no military, no Buddhists or barking dogs to be afraid of. If our basic rights are assured, we’ll go back home. Otherwise, it will just start all over again. They'll behave themselves for two years, and then start doing the same again. We won’t go back. - Fatima, mother of four children in Camp 18, Bangladesh.