Thousands of Rohingya children in Bangladesh have faced unbearable trauma in their lives as refugees, but one innovative programme is helping them to help each other. Peer-to-peer workshops led by teens help develop coping mechanisms to handle the stress of everyday life in the world’s largest refugee settlement.
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