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Ro Rezaul Islam


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Ro Rezaul Islam was born in 2003 in Zee Bien Chaung village in Arakan. He was forced to flee with his family to Bangladesh so he could not complete his studies in Myanmar. In the refugee camp, he attended a computer science course for six months, later worked as a volunteer with IOM, and he currently works as a volunteer with UN Women. His father always supported him to follow his passion for poetry and photography, so he became enthusiastic for creativity and now uses photography as a tool for social change by documenting life in the refugee camp and sharing photos in social media. 

‘We must use photography to challenge our crisis and hope better for our community. I believe that photography can have a positive impact towards changing our lives.’ —he explained.

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