A durable and dignified solution for the Rohingya must be found, not only in countries where they seek asylum but at their origin in Myanmar. Sadly, such a desperate situation is nothing new to the Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic minority originating from Myanmar, where they are denied citizenship and suffer persecution and discrimination. Over the past two decades, hundreds of thousands of people have fled their homes to seek refuge abroad, however, few have been granted refugee status. The majority struggle to survive, unrecognized and unassisted in countries like Bangladesh and Thailand. MSF has assisted people in Bangladesh since 1992, most recently setting up a basic healthcare program in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, assisting victims of Cyclone Aila and implementing an emergency intervention to assist unregistered Rohingya in Kutupalong makeshift camp, with services also open to the host community.