After fleeing violence in Myanmar in October 2016, Rohingya refugees live in overcrowded makeshift sites in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Photo: UNHCR/Saiful Huq Omi
Thousands of Rohingya refugees are migrating to Bangladesh from Myanmar by crossing Shahporir dwip border in Teknaf, Bangladesh. Photo: WFP / Saikat Mojumde
Due to ongoing violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, more than 600,000 people have fled from Myanmar into Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar since August 2017. Photo: WFP / Saikat Mojumde
Rohingya families arrive at a UNHCR transit centre near the village of Anjuman Para, Cox’s Bazar, south-east Bangladesh after spending four days stranded at the Myanmar border with some 6,800 refugees. Photo: UNHCR/Roger Arnold
The Emergency Telecommunications Sector (ETS) is conducting ICT needs assessments in various sites across Cox’s Bazar region. Photo: WFP / Laura Phillips
World Food Programme (WFP) and United Nations Department for Safety and Security (UNDSS) conducting security telecommunications assessment in Cox’s Bazar region. Photo: WFP / Katarzyna Chojnacka
Various humanitarian organisations are providing life-saving aid, including food, shelter, and health assistance, among many. Photo: WFP / Saikat Mojumde
Local boat owner aids the distribution of WFP fortified biscuits along the Anjumanpara border, Bangladesh. Photo: WFP / Saikat Mojumde
Refugees receiving general food distributions of rice in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Photo: WFP / Saikat Mojumde
Photo: WFP / Saikat Mojumde
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