15-year old Rohingya bride Ajida moments before marrying 23-year old Mohammed in an arranged ceremony in Kutupalong— the world’s largest Refugee Camp, Bangladesh. In 2017 the Myanmar military came to Hamsorpara village where Ajida lived, using rocket launchers and machine guns they shot members of her community and burnt down their houses. After narrowly escaping with her parents, they spent the next six days hiding in the jungle and then walked a further four days to cross the Bangladesh border where they took shelter in the refugee camp. Two years after the massacre of thousands of innocent people and the mass exodus of nearly a million, the future of the Rohingya people looks just as uncertain. They have been described as the most marginalized ethnic minority on the planet.