The interior of a house at the Kutupalong camp. Most of the homes are made of clay and flood every time there is a strong rainfall. The Kutupalong refugee camp is home to around 20,000 unregistered Rohingya refugees. The Rohingya (Muslims from Burma) are persecuted by the Burmese junta at home and are not recognised as refugees by the Bangladeshi authorities. The two remaining official camps still house some 28,000 refugees, who live without freedom of movement, permission to work or basic human rights. In addition to those in the official camps, an estimated 200,000 Rohingyas live scattered across Bangladesh.