When over 70,000 Rohingya fled Myanmar after the military waged a brutal anti-insurgency campaign—including burning villages and massacring civilians—they poured over the border into Bangladesh. For decades, the United Nations has run several refugee camps for Rohingya there, including Kutapolong Refugee Camp. No one is sure exactly how many Rohingya currently live around Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh—though some estimates put it at around 400,000—but the UN camps accommodate only a small percentage of refugees in the region. The rest live in informal squatters camps, many on the fringes of the official camps, including rapidly expanding tent cities being carved out of the red clay hills to house the newcomers. This is a look at life in both Kutapolong and the informal camps outside it.