Doctors at a medical camp set up for Rohingya refugees were swamped with patients suffering from a host of ailments including communicable diseases as well as malnutrition.
while some battle with health issues, other Rohingya refugees who recently arrived in Bangladesh were busy building shelters .
The hill in Tangkhali camp was used by the government to grow a variety of trees and plants for commercial use, but now, these have been removed and bamboo structures have started to appear.
The builders say each shelter takes about four days to complete.
In two days the hill will be covered with structures and 57 families will have a roof over their heads.
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