Rohingya: "I'm Better Than Before, But Inside My Heart Lies So Much Pain": ROHWOM_ASJ_12

Nosima Khatom, 70, lives in the widows camp. {quote}I'm so grateful for the support that we have gotten here, but I have no hope for the future. If we got back we will be killed. I wish the international community would help us to go back. I want justice{quote} She left Burma after her nephew was killed. The father of her grandchild, 1.5 year old Nur Fatema, was killed in Myanmar. {quote}I really don't have hope for her future. She doesn't have her father, no grandfather. Women aren't strong like men. In our culture men can go out and make money, women can't. My daughter already has 3 kids, who will marry her?” Nosima Khatom says {quote}This is a little village here, we call it Shanti. We feel safe here. We're all women living here together, we help each other. But still I can't forget my country, my sweet home, my life. I still get nightmares, I still wake up crying.” In the refugee settlement of Balukhali, over 116 widows, orphans, and women who have been separated from their husbands have found shelter within a dense settlement of 50 red tents where no men or boys over the age of 10 years old are allowed.

Nosima Khatom, 70, lives in the widows camp. "I'm so grateful for the support that we have gotten here, but I have no hope for the future. If we got back we will be killed. I wish the international community would help us to go back. I want justice" She left Burma after her nephew was killed. The father of her grandchild, 1.5 year old Nur Fatema, was killed in Myanmar. "I really don't have hope for her future. She doesn't have her father, no grandfather. Women aren't strong like men. In our culture men can go out and make money, women can't. My daughter already has 3 kids, who will marry her?” Nosima Khatom says "This is a little village here, we call it Shanti. We feel safe here. We're all women living here together, we help each other. But still I can't forget my country, my sweet home, my life. I still get nightmares, I still wake up crying.” In the refugee settlement of Balukhali, over 116 widows, orphans, and women who have been separated from their husbands have found shelter within a dense settlement of 50 red tents where no men or boys over the age of 10 years old are allowed.