Anwar plays during a checkup at the PHCC October 1, 2018 in the Rohingya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Anwar (22 months) is a Rohingya refugee who lives with his mother Rahima and father Mohammed Amin, brother and sister in the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. In June 2018, Anwar was admitted to the Save the Children Primary Health Care Centre (PHCC) suffering from symptoms of pneumonia. After three days of treatment, where he received care from Save the Children’s doctors and paramedics, Anwar was discharged from the PHCC. Rahima and Mohammed said that in Myanmar it would take a whole day to get to a hospital, so they didn’t go very often. They are now happy and feel good that they have a good health care centre located close to their home in the camps. They said they want to think Save the Children for all their help, and that if they return to Myanmar they will never forget the help they have received from Save the Children.
They said that they would recommend all their friends and neighbours to come to the PHCC because the treatment is good, and there are doctors and nurses.