Hands of refugees stretch out as they scramble for donations in the Balukhali camp on Sept. 18, 2017 in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Since Aug. 25 more than 410,000 people have arrived in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar area from Myanmar. Many of them have gathered in makeshift or spontaneous settlements.
Men pray before the body of 70-year-old Khatiza Begum is laid to rest on Sept. 18.
Begum had to flee Kinoce village in Myanmar two weeks ago after the military and local Buddhists alledgedly attacked people and houses.
A refugee child walks through the camp near the Bangladesh town of Gumdhum on Sept. 17.
Heavy monsoon rain heaped new misery on hundreds of thousands of Muslim Rohinyga stuck in makeshift camps after fleeing violence in Myanmar.
A Rohingya refugee holds an umbrella during heavy rainfall on Sept. 17.
Poor nutrition, communicable diseases (including vaccine-preventable and water-borne diseases), injuries and other concerns such as mental health provide immense public health challenges that the Ministry of Health, Bangladesh, WHO and other health partners are working to address.
Rohingya Muslim women, who crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh, stretch their arms out to collect sanitary products distributed by aid agencies on Sept. 17.
Bangladeshi authorities have taken steps to restrict the movement of refugees living in crowded border camps after fleeing violence.
A Bangladeshi paramedic checks the height of a child before treating him at a health clinic near the camp on Sept. 17.
Bangladesh is struggling to cope with the refugees and aid workers fear people could die due to a lack of food, shelter and water, given the numbers.
Rohingya children stand inside their makeshift tent without light at the top of the camp on Sept. 15.
Many of the Rohingya fleeing the violence in Myanmar had traveled by boat to find refuge in neighboring Bangladesh.
A young Rohingya boy sits next to solar panels outside a basic shelter on Sept. 15.
The Bangladesh government have used troops to deliver foreign aid to the border town that has been overwhelmed by Rohingya Muslim refugees from Myanmar.
A boy stands near a newly built shelter on Sept. 13.
Bangladesh has said all refugees must go home. Myanmar has said it will take back those who can verify their citizenship.