War REALLY is Bad for Children (& Other Living Things)

A recent report by the group Physicians for Human Rights described the plight of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar who resettled in Bangladesh. Starvation conditions were said to be widespread among the estimated 200,000 to 400,000 refugees, with  18.2% of children aged 5 years or younger showing signs of acute malnutrition.  For comparison, a rate of 10% is considered by humanitarian agencies to be a serious situation, while 15% is considered critical.

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