Remember the refugees stuck in the hell that is Moria

I am a doctor based in Toronto and have spent at least half of my working life in disaster and conflict zones – in Bangladesh, on the Syrian-Jordanian border, on the Venezuelan-Colombian border and, most recently, in Greece.

I have spent the greatest amount of time in Bangladesh, helping to provide medical care to Rohingya refugees who escaped genocide in neighbouring Myanmar. As one of the poorest nations in the world, Bangladesh can barely sustain its own population, so it is struggling to provide for the almost one million Rohingya refugees it is now hosting.