NGO Work: Singles: JAN9_NGO__0040

Mother Rohana Begum (25) (center in light pink scarf) baby Khotija (2.5 months), grandmother Toslima (56) (center in dark pink scarf), siblings Mohammed Haque (3), Asmara Bibi (6) and Rohara (7) pose for a photo  September 30, 2018 in the Rohingya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Rohana was brought to the PHCC when she started hemorrhaging immediately after childbirth. When she was stabilised, the PHCC team put her in an ambulance and took her to a hospital, where she received emergency treatment. She made a full recovery. Now, Rohana and Khotija are doing well. They have been back to the PHCC several times for checkups, and Rohana is very happy with the care they have received. Rohana thinks she would have died if it had not been for Save the Children. They now tell other Rohingya women to give birth in the maternity ward at the PHCC, because it is safe and they can receive emergency treatment if needed.

Mother Rohana Begum (25) (center in light pink scarf) baby Khotija (2.5 months), grandmother Toslima (56) (center in dark pink scarf), siblings Mohammed Haque (3), Asmara Bibi (6) and Rohara (7) pose for a photo September 30, 2018 in the Rohingya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Rohana was brought to the PHCC when she started hemorrhaging immediately after childbirth. When she was stabilised, the PHCC team put her in an ambulance and took her to a hospital, where she received emergency treatment. She made a full recovery. Now, Rohana and Khotija are doing well. They have been back to the PHCC several times for checkups, and Rohana is very happy with the care they have received. Rohana thinks she would have died if it had not been for Save the Children. They now tell other Rohingya women to give birth in the maternity ward at the PHCC, because it is safe and they can receive emergency treatment if needed.