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National Geographic released this moving documentary Lost And Found. It follows the story of one man’s efforts to reunite lost children with their parents in Bangladeshi refugee camps.

The persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar has caused hundreds and thousands of them to flee to neighbouring Bangladesh. This has resulted in the creation of one of the biggest refugee camps in the world. Many of the refugees here are children and it can be extremely easy for them to lose their parents. Tragically, lots of them also lose their parents on the way to the camp, whilst fleeing from the military or being separated during their journey to the camps.

Watch National Geographic's Powerful Documentary "Lost And Found" image of Rohingya

This documentary follows the story of one man who’s reunited over 700 children with their parents. Using nothing more than a simple intercom system, he’s strived to make sure that no child is left without their parents. Lost children are at serious risk of kidnapping if left alone, so the work that this man does is incredibly important.

National Geographic|Lost and Found|Documentary

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