Migration

How tech can help when children are forced to flee

Aid organizations are finding new ways to estimate how long a crisis will last – and plan accordingly Image: Reuters/Tyrone Siu

Helle Thorning-Schmidt

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A Rohingya child at Unchiparang refugee camp, Bangladesh Image: Reuters/Tyrone Siu
A woman and her children at a humanitarian aid distribution centre in Syria Image: Reuters/Umit Bektas

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