A life of fear and running...
At 25, that's all Jorina knows.
The first wave of violence she remembers began six years ago in Myanmar. But when the latest violence erupted, she fled with strangers in any direction. She was two months pregnant at the time.
Today she's living in Cox's Bazar with her husband and two children - Alam aged two and baby Ayaz. For Jorina (pictured right) the camp is a haven from the violence, but it's far from safe.
Flimsy shelters cling to the hillsides for as far as the eye can see. They are no match for torrential monsoon rains - and the worst weather is still to come.
Jorina worries about her children's health. Alam has a severe cold and fever and Ayaz has a stomach infection. In the wet conditions, neither is getting better.
Sickness is not the only danger the children face - a shocking 37 percent of toddlers in the camps are malnourished.
We are helping people like Jorina who's nearly forgotten what her home in Myanmar looks like, For now a leaking, one-room shelter furnished with only plastic floor mats has to be home.