Today marks two years since more than 700,000 Rohingya fled Myanmar to escape what UN investigators have called a "genocide" in Rakhine state.
Al Jazeera's correspondents Mohammed Jamjoom and Stefanie Dekker reflect on the stories they heard and the suffering they saw when they visited the camps in Bangladesh where the Rohingya sought shelter.
The Rohingya have been fleeing violence in Myanmar for decades. Some of them have tried to reach Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand by boat, but most have crossed into Bangladesh by land. Now, there are more than a million refugees in camps along the border. Bangladesh plans to move thousands of them to a remote island to ease overcrowding but rights groups say that could spark a new crisis as the island is prone to flooding.
Al Jazeera speaks to Athena Rayburn, the humanitarian advocacy manager for Save the Children. She joins us on Skype from Cox's Bazaar.