In a corner of the Humanity & Inclusion rehabilitation center in the Ukhiya camp, Bangladesh, six-year-old Hamas finds joy bouncing on a large pink ball. Hamas, who has cerebral palsy, does rehabilitation exercises with Redwanul, an HI physical therapist, in order to relieve the extreme tightness in his muscles. Lacking medical care in his native Myanmar, however, his diagnosis came too late to prevent the onset of serious disabilities.
Redwanul leads Hamas through the session, while Saidunamin, the little boy's father, observes the session closely. When they return home to their makeshift shelter in the camp, Saidunamin will be the one helping Hamas do the exercises.