Bangladesh border guards try to retain order among a large group of Rohingya refugees who missed out on recieving food aid at Balukhali makeshift refugee camp. Rohingya boys walk through a hole in the border fence that separates Maungdaw, Myanmar from an area where they live in makeshift huts known as No Man's Land which lies between Myanmar and Bangladesh. Rohingya refugees walk along a ridge above Kutupalong makeshift refugee camp near the Bangladesh/Myanmar border. An 80 year old fever ridden Rohingya man named Halu from Indin Nayapara, Maungdaw rests on a rice sack as he rides a ferry boat from Shah Porir Dwip to Shah Parir Dwip, Bangladesh with a group of new arrival Rohingya refugees. A Bangladeshi boat driver carries a sickened 80 year old Halu to shore after ferrying a boat of Rohingya refugees from Atilla Para and Indin Para, Maungdaw to Bangladesh’s mainland at Shah Parir Dwip. A Rohingya boy carries what belongings he could salvage as he enters Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh after fleeing Myanmar do to clearance operations carried out by the Myanmar military. Mohamed Solim and a group of Rohingya women and children from Mouni Para, Maungdaw walk with their belongings through Shah Porir Dhip, Bangladesh. They were forced to flee Myanmar after the Myanmar military attacked and burned down their village. Rohingya women and children who just arrived in Bangladesh sit along the side of the road near Thaing Khali, Bangladesh. All over the Cox’s Bazar region of Bangladesh tens of thousands of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar line the sides of roads as they don’t have the money to build a shelter in one of the sprawling makeshift camps. After an 11-day journey in 2017, Mohamed Solim, 50, surveyed his new home: a refugee camp in Balukhali, Bangladesh. Solim fled his house and job in Naya Para, in the Myanmar state of Maungdaw, after witnessing government security forces throw children into fire, rape women, kill residents and burn their homes. He joined hundreds of thousands of newly arrived refugees in Balukhali makeshift camp. Rohingya refugee Ambia Khatun from Suparan Village, Maungdaw travelled 8 days to reach Bangladesh after Myanmar military forces killed several members of her village and burned it down. Thaing Khali, Bangladesh. 21 year old Shobir Ahamed was shot and hit by a mortar when his village in Buthidaung was attacked by the Myanmar military. Despite his injuries, he was able to make it to a makeshift camp in Thaing Khali, Bangladesh where an MSF clinic provided him basic medical assistance. Rohingya refugee Emam Hussein from Rathedaung, Myanmar lays in a bed at Shadar Hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. He was shot by the Myanmar military. A Rohingya man holds a piece of shrapnel from a rocket propelled grenade used on by the Myanmar military when they attacked his village in Maungdaw, Rakhine State. 70 year old Jolar Ahmed from Maungdaw shows his scars from where he was shot in the shoulder by Myanmar security forces. Zero line border camp, Naikhongchari. 22 year old Rashida Begum from Tula Toli, Maungdaw sits in her makeshift hut at Balukhali refugee camp in Bangladesh. Tula Toli was a scene of one of the largest scale massacres in Rakhine State in 2017. Rashida's parents, sister and son were all killed by Myanmar's military. She was taken into a shack with her sister and three other women where they were gang raped by Myanmar soldiers. After being raped one of the soldiers slit her neck and left her for dead. Miraculously, she survived the attack and made it across the border to relative safety in Bangladesh. 20 year old Fatema Begum holds her son Mehadi Hassan in a makeshift hut at Kutupalong refugee camp. Her village Bagkunah in Maungdaw was attacked by Myanmar's military on September 5th, 2017. Her 3 year old son and husband were killed in front of her. She was then taken to a military outpost with around 20 other women were they were beaten and gang raped for a day. Fatema was one of 8 of the women that managed to escape. Kamal and his sister Anuwara witnessed the murder of both of their parents when the Myanmar military shot them outside of their house in Maungdaw, Myanmar. They now currently reside with other Rohingyas in Balukhali makeshift refugee camp in Bangladesh. Sabakun Naher sits in a wheel chair at No Man's Land camp in between the Myanmar border fence and Bangladesh at Tumbro. Maungdaw, Myanmar. Sabakun stepped on a land mine here on September 5th while running for her life trying to get into Bangladesh. Both of her legs were blown off in the explosion and she was taken to a hospital in Chittagong for treatment. After recovering from her surgery she was taken back to live in this narrow strip of land isolated from the main refugee camps which house hundreds of thousands of other Rohingya refugees. Rohingya refugee Thanda Miya from Maungdaw describes how Myanmar soldiers attacked his village killing some of his neighbors and lighting their homes on fire. Balukhali makeshift camp, Bangladesh. Rohingya men bury the body of Kori Mullah from Undham Village, Maungdaw on a hilltop in Kutupalong refugee camp. He died alone from diarrhea. He was separated from his wife after his village was attacked by the Myanmar military a couple of weeks ago. The men who dug his grave did not know him but volunteered to bury him. Balukhali refugee camp, Bangladesh. Rohingya women and a baby wait outside of an MSF health clinic at Kutupalong makeshift refugee camp in Kutupalong, Bangladesh. Rohingya boys embrace at Shamalapur makeshift refugee camp. Shamlapur, Bangladesh. 22 year old Lalu holds her 11 day old son Hafezul Mustafa at Zero Line camp along the Myanmar border at Naikhongchari, Bangladesh. A Rohingya girl and boy run through the Himchari hills in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.