Galleries: Rohingya Refugee Portraits, Bangladesh. 2009: rohingyasportraitsweb-6

Asia Begum 55, and grandson Min Ara, 7.Min has suspected jaundice and liver problems.Young Min Ara's ear still bears a smear of black marker pen from the previous day, a sign he queued with thousands of other children in the sweltering heat to see a handful of Medecins Sans Frontieres doctors administering innoculations against measles and polio. His grandmother, Asia, weeps when she recalls the trouble they had marrying off their daughter, Min's mother - the Burmese government expects the impoverished Rohingya to pay for pricey marriage licenses - only for the husband to be then arrested for failing to turn up to a forced labour camp. He remains in a Burmese jail to this day, and the family anxiously awaits news of his release so that he may join them in the camp.

Asia Begum 55, and grandson Min Ara, 7. 

Min has suspected jaundice and liver problems. 

Young Min Ara's ear still bears a smear of black marker pen from the previous day, a sign he queued with thousands of other children in the sweltering heat to see a handful of Medecins Sans Frontieres doctors administering innoculations against measles and polio. His grandmother, Asia, weeps when she recalls the trouble they had marrying off their daughter, Min's mother - the Burmese government expects the impoverished Rohingya to pay for pricey marriage licenses - only for the husband to be then arrested for failing to turn up to a forced labour camp. He remains in a Burmese jail to this day, and the family anxiously awaits news of his release so that he may join them in the camp.