001-Diphtheria & Polio Vaccination, Rohingya Refugee, Cox'sbazar, Bangladesh. - sujanmap
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Health worker providing Vaccine to the children at
EPI centre at Bormapara makeshift settlements.

The Children are being provided diphtheria vaccine at Bormapara Vaccine center, The Vaccine Alliance against diphtheria and other preventable diseases for all Rohingya children aged 6 weeks to 6 years living in 12 camps and temporary settlements, Bormapara makeshift settlements.

Ukhiya, Cox's Bazar district, Chittagong Division in Bangladesh.

Photo: UNICEF/b.a.sujaN/ Map
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A health worker at Bormapara in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district vaccinates Rohingya refugee children, between 6 weeks and 6 years of age, against diphtheria as part of UNICEF’s effort to protect them from preventable diseases.


Photo: UNICEF/b.a.sujaN/ Map

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