Monwara Khatun, 55, is being carried on bamboo by her sons. After fleeing recent violence in Myanmar, they walk on a muddy path after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Teknaf, Bangladesh, September 3, 2017
Mohammad Shafi, 55, who lost his leg during the recent violence resulting from Muslims persecution in Myanmar, is being carried on bamboo to the hospital due to lack of transportation in Kutupalong refugee camp on March 6, 2017, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Burmese army shot him in his leg while he was working in a paddy field.
Sommaya, 7, is frightened as she has seen how the Burmese military tortured her father and burned their house. Her family fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh, and has taken new shelter in Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camp.
A refugee woman and her five children share a plate of rice for lunch at a makeshift cam near Kutupalong refugees cam in Cox’s bazar. Food security is a daily challenge for Rohingya refugees and many children suffer from malnutrition. September 4, 2017
A distressed mother, Anwara Begum, 30, holds her daughter Rozina who suffers from malnutrition. Anwara who fled from violence against Muslims in Myanmar, found new shelter in Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camp.
A distressed mother named Bilkish Khatun(70) who fled from recent violence over Muslims in Myanmar; takes shelter in Kutupalong newly expanded refugee camp on March 7, 2017, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. She is telling how the military in Myanmar set her house on fire.
A fish wholesaler buys fish at the lowest price in Teknaf, Cox's bazar. Fishing is one of the main sources of food and livelihood for the Rohingya refugees; however they do not get a fair price for their labor or their catch.