Rohingya refugees join in a mass prayer session at Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh, last August. Millions across Asia live in overcrowded refugee camps. Photo: Reuters
Manjit Bhatia
Opinion

Opinion

Manjit Bhatia

To avert a pandemic catastrophe, wealthy nations need to help the world’s poorest

  • Without urgent economic assistance, the world’s poorest countries face the prospect of Covid-19 ravaging their inadequate health care systems, overcrowded jails and refugee camps – bringing a global catastrophe
Rohingya refugees join in a mass prayer session at Kutupalong camp in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh, last August. Millions across Asia live in overcrowded refugee camps. Photo: Reuters
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