Three years and 100,000 babies later, 'we are failing camps full of Rohingya kids':Exclusive interview with Wai Wai Nu Part 2 - 3 bosor baadé 100000 latura fuain:Eksklusif interbíu Wai Wai Nu fuañati façt 2
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It is now mark the third anniversary of the mass exodus of Rohingya people from Myanmar amid brutal violence, and with it comes new analysis that 100,000 babies have been born in camps since. The future for these children looks bleak.On this occasion SBS Rohingya got an opportunity to interview Wai Wai Nu.Wai Wai Nu is a Burmese activist who advocates for the rights and equality of all people in Myanmar, including the Rohingya. She was listed one of the BBC 100 Women in 2014. In 2017, she was named one of Time magazine's Next Generation Leaders.-
Ya la 3 bosor oi bo Rohingya manúis dai dai neílle loti 3 bosor ór butore 100000 latura fuain oígiyoí forbaci ít.Yan ór baabote SBS Rohingya yé mauka faíyé añarar boín Wai Wai Nu loí interbíu goribolla.Iba oíldeki uggwá Burmese aktivis,hoq ór baabote ham gorede tomam Myanmar ór manúis ólla,Rohingyalla yo.2014 mazé iba oíl BBC 100 Women ór lis ór butore.