Patrick Brown/UNICEF/Panos Pictures

Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Rohingya refugee Nurul Amin (19) says he is desperate for an education and so is learning English from a private tutor and via three hours a day on the internet. He subscribes to a YouTube channel that teaches English with lessons conducted in Rohingya. Nurul Amin says he has heard that classes for teenagers will be starting in the camp soon. ''It's a ray of hope'', he says. Despite considerable gains over the past year, around one third of children aged 4 to 14 in camps are estimated not to be receiving education. There are currently no secondary level education opportunities for adolescents and youth in the camps, over 96% of adolescents and youth aged 15 years and above do not have access to any form of learning.

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Cox's Bazar
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Bangladesh
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