Four-year-old Huzaifa stood nervously against a wall as a nurse recorded her measurements. Her stick-like arms hung limp by her sides and her ribcage protruded against the skin of her chest. She is one of more than a half-million people who, since 25 August, have fled ethnic violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State for the relative security of the sprawling refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh.
Tommy Trenchard. IRIN 9 October 2017