Lost and Found

‘Lost and Found’ is a moving, inspiring story of humanity in the world’s largest refugee camp. The film follows Kamal Hussein, a Rohingya refugee who has dedicated his life to reuniting children with their parents, with the support of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Kamal himself grew up without parents and had to manage on his own from an early age.

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Length:  21,57 minutes
Language: Burmese (English subtitles)



“If they lose a child, it is like a double persecution”

In the chaos of the world’s largest refugee camp, Kamal Hussein is a beacon of hope. From his small ramshackle hut, and armed only with a microphone, he has taken it upon himself to try and reunite the thousands of Rohingya families who have been torn apart by violence and ethnic cleansing in Myanmar.

This film is a result of a partnership between the Nobel Prize and Orlando von Einsiedel. The partnership is formed around a shared ambition to spread light on the stories and achievements of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates. ‘Lost and Found’ celebrates the legacy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the dedicated people living and working in the world’s largest refugee camp.

The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in 1954 and 1981.

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