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Ending global poverty begins with women’s rights

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by Oxfam Canada | January 28, 2019

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by Oxfam Canada | January 28, 2019
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Rajiah has been surrounded by women throughout her life as the eldest of 10 sisters. She herself has 5 daughters, two of which are also living in refugee camps in Bangladesh.

Rajiah’s husband disappeared when the violence broke out in Myanmar, and now Rajiah has no idea where he is. Like so many women in the camp, Rajiah must now manage her household alone.

Rajiah was unanimously selected to represent her community during an Oxfam assessment of their most pressing needs. She is a well-educated woman, who has been working with and for her community throughout her life. She delivered more than 10,000 babies while working as a midwife in Myanmar.

Now, as a refugee in Bangladesh, she is making sure she puts her experience to good use. She supports and provides information to the pregnant women in her community. Her name means “Hope” - a true reflection of her personality and her life’s work.

To learn more contact Name at *protected email*

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