For many people, the first they see of Dr Mesbha Ahmed is his rainbow umbrella.
Carrying the umbrella, he walks through the sprawling camp that’s now home to almost 700,000 people who fled their homes in Myanmar last August.
In the camp’s heat and dust, diseases can spread quickly.
To help, the Red Cross and our partners the Bangladesh Red Crescent run a surgical field hospital and eight clinics. Together, they treat thousands of patients.
Then one day a week, Dr Ahmed’s mobile clinic reaches people who can’t get to the other health centres.
So when families see the doctor’s bright umbrella, they know that his clinic is ready to help.
Here, Dr Ahmed explains how the mobile clinic helps save lives.