Documentary & Photojournalism
It's been nine months since more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims fled ethnic violence in Myanmar. In the world's largest refugee camp, everyday life scenes emerge in the hilly, clayey landscape south-east of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh. Right next to their home on a hilltop in the Balukhali camp a family has opened a small store. Ayoub Khan, 5, eats his dinner while his 10-year-old sister Sufira Begum keeps him company.

Jacob Ehrbahn (DK)

Print Size: 810x540 mm
Frame Size: 1080x810 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schooller True Baryta 310
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS SA 187 23

 

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Documentary & Photojournalism
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It's been nine months since more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims fled ethnic violence in Myanmar. In the world's largest refugee camp, everyday life scenes emerge in the hilly, clayey landscape south-east of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh. Right next to their home on a hilltop in the Balukhali camp a family has opened a small store. Ayoub Khan, 5, eats his dinner while his 10-year-old sister Sufira Begum keeps him company.

مضت تسعة أشهر منذ أن هرب أكثر من 700 ألف شخص من مسلمي قومية روهينغا من قبضة العنف الإثني في ميانمار. في أكبر مخيم في العالم للاجئين، تحصل أحداثٌ يومية في المنطقة الجبلية من جنوب شرق كوكس بازار في بنغلاديش. افتتحت عائلة تقيم على قمة تلة في مخيم بالوخالي متجراً صغيراً قرب المنزل. أيوب خان، البالغ من العمر 5 أعوام يتناول العشاء بينما تجلس شقيقته البالغة من العمر 10 أعوام صفيرة بيجوم بجانبه.

Photographer:
Jacob Ehrbahn (DK)


Print Size: 810x540 mm

Frame Size: 1080x810 mm

Exhibit: POS SA 187 23

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