A million people who fled Myanmar for Kutupalong are struggling to eat after floodwater soaked the firewood they use for cooking

Stinging eyes and a chest heavy with the smoke that saturates her broken shelter are the constant ailments Feroza Khatun has learned to live with during her first rainy season in a Bangladeshi refugee camp.

The acrid smoke hangs in the air as she works, as she sits to read the Qur’an at night and – especially – when she cooks.

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