Children playing around pools of stagnant water at a temporary settlement built at Langsa Harbour for Rohingya Refugees. The settlement houses approximately 1000 refugees, mostly women and children who were taken in by Indonesian authorities being at sea for close to 4 months onboard boats that set sail from Burma. Manu beti, 18 is originally from Akkeb village in Sittwe, Burma. Her husband went over to Malaysia on a boat years ago. Since then she has hoped to someday join him and finally got on a boat hoping to make it there. Rezwona is 3 years old and was orphaned on the journey over here. Her parents were thrown overboard from the crowded boat, leaving him and 2 siblings behind. Manu cares for Rezwana now, her 2 brothers are cared for by another family in the camp. Nasima Bagum (right), 18, made the journey with her brother and 2 year old son. Samira, 18, Hasma 16, Uma Salama 15, from Nor Bonnah village in Burma left after their mother died. With no more family left in Burma, they also sold their land and possessions to pay for the journey hoping to arrive in Malaysia where they have relatives. Nur Kias (center), 20, Sainda Fara Village, boarded the ship after witnessing several homes in her village being set on fire. Afraid of the racial violence and intimidation, she escaped with all 9 members of her family. A woman steps out of a room in between Ramadan prayer sessions at The Baiyun refugee camp. Large halls are divided into smaller rooms with cloth and wooden boards and women who have forged alliances and relationships stay in rooms together, sharing food, resources and responsibilities forming new families. Many of the children at the camp suffer from malnutrition that set in during their arduous journey. Medical attention at the camps is limited and mothers are not very trusting of it, leaving many children in critical condition. Monura Bagum,18, lies in extreme pain from injuries inside the camps temporary medical unit as her friends look through the window. Rahana Bagum, 25, abandoned her house and all her belongings in Burma and spent 4 months at sea on 2 different boats. A week after she arrived, her younger child died from an illness contracted during the journey. It's now been 7 weeks since then. She is anxious about what her future holds and yearns to be reunited with her husband in Malaysia.