COX’S BAZAR/DHAKA, Bangladesh
Mohammad Akhter Hossain, a young Rohingya man, was sitting in front of a shanty in a sprawling refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, a district in southern Bangladesh.
He stared out aimlessly, his eyes searching for what remains an unknown future.
Hossain, 32, was soon whisked away by a few other Rohingya men as they headed to start their day’s work with an international NGO operating in the camp, which hosts over a million refugees.
All the men share a common past and their concerns for the future are also similar.
They were among hundreds of thousands who