August 25 marked one year since close to a million Rohingya Muslims began fleeing their homes, when they were made targets of the Burmese military.
They fled to Bangladesh, in what the UN is calling "the world's fastest growing refugee crisis".
- Malnutrition reaches emergency levels at Rohingya refugee camp
- Rohingya refugees being offered 'fake jobs', then being forced into prostitution
Newshub Investigations Correspondent, Michael Morrah, has just come back from the Kutupalong Refugee Camp in Cox's Bazar Bangladesh.
He spoke to Duncan Garner.
If you'd like to support the people there, you can donate to Tearfund's Rohingya Crisis Appeal by visiting tearfund.org.nz or by calling 0800 800 777.
Watch the full interview above.
The AM Show with Duncan Garner, Amanda Gillies and Mark Richardson, weekdays 6-9am on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.