A group of Rohingya refugees arrive by boat, by the river Naf after having passed by the island Saint-Martin.
On the road between Cox's Bazar and Teknaf, refugees wait to receive their precious sesame ration tickets, distributed by NGOs.
Arrived in the night, a group of exhausted refugees await humanitarian aid.
Children play in a well in front of Shafiullah Khata refugee camp.
A small boy stands in front of the second largest Rohingya refugee camp in the Cox's Bazar region; Balukhali, also run by the government and the UN.
Bangladeshi engineers have set up a "terrace" camp to accommodate as many people as possible.
Afin d'aménagement les camps, une déforestation de la région a été réalisé.
As food distribution progresses, the tension increases; a child is compressed against a barrier.
Children represent 60% of refugees according to UNICEF, they have often lost one or more family members.
Soldiers helped by several Rohingyas to frame the distribution try to make the crowd sit down to calm tensions.
A young refugee girl picks up a food parcel with her child in her arms at Shafiullah Khata camp.
A man prays to God to protect them.