"He really needed to be sent to hospital, but if we sent him to hospital, he ran the risk of being arrested and sent to jail," recalls Dr. Zahid Jamal, the UNHCR doctor who was called in to help.
As the best possible substitute, Dr. Jamal, UNHCR's Medical Coordinator in Cox's Bazar collected bandages, antiseptic lotion, creams and ointments.
began visiting Kamal to care for him and trained Kamal's female cousin for the times when he
Helping Kamal also transformed the life of Dr. Jamal
"This was my first experience in Bangladesh," he
says, "and after him, I started looking for more refugees to help.
"I will remember Dr. Jamal
for my whole life," Kamal says simply.