In a makeshift camp in Bangladesh, 25-year-old Shovika Mia holds her newborn daughter.
Shovika gave birth to baby Nur Halima in the hills while fleeing her home in Myanmar.
She and her husband, Shona, are among the more than 436,000 people who have fled a sudden increase in violence in Rakhine State.
Back home, the young couple had a house and four cows that provided a stable income.
But their house was burned in the violence. And as they fled, their cows were shot.
Now, they live in an informal camp for new arrivals to Bangladesh.
Shona, 27, has found work as a day labourer for around £2.70 a day. And although Shovika feels weak herself, her main worry is for her baby’s future.