Rohingya Refugee Crisis Impacting Women, Girls’ Health, Rights

Council on Foreign Relations’ “Women and Foreign Policy Program/Women Around the World”: Women and Girls at Risk in the Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Mayesha Alam, a Soros New American fellow, Yale Law School Global Health Justice Partnership fellow, and Ph.D. candidate in political science at Yale University, discusses the Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar and its impact on women’s and girls’ health and rights (9/27).

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