In 2017, around 420,000 Rohingya Muslims were forced to leave their land, their home, their families to seek refuge in an alien land. Fleeing the violence in Burma’s Rakhine state, a flurry of men, women and children made the treacherous journey towards safety to Bangladesh. Extreme weather conditions made the movement harder and torrential. Every refugee who made the journey had an agonizing tale of horror of their village being attacked, houses burned and family members killed. Bangladesh, which already had 200,000 Rohingya’s living in makeshift camps, took around 1.1 million more Rohingya Muslims as the crackdown by Burma’s military became aggressive.