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Rohingya refugee mothers need your help to deliver their children safely

Over half a million Rohingya refugees currently live in Kutupalong, Bangladesh, the site of one of the largest and most overcrowded refugee camps in the world.

Among them are over 64,000 pregnant women who urgently need maternal health care. With the monsoon season underway, their need is more urgent than ever.

UNFPA is the lead agency on the ground providing life-saving services to ensure every childbirth is safe. But shortages of supplies and trained midwives continue to put the lives of mothers and newborns at risk.

Ajida escaped a massacre and survived a journey that claimed claimed the lives of four of her children. Now, in the ninth month of her pregnancy, her life once again hangs in the balance.