Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh- Last year's Eid al-Adha holiday is a memory Fatima Hasan, not her real name, wishes she could block forever. Instead, she is forced to live with the horror and shame every time she thinks of what happened on that occasion.
Fatima, a widow and mother of five girls, had fled from her village of Merula in Myanmar's Rakhine state as a government-sanctioned attack on the minority Rohingya population escalated, in what the United Nations described as "textbook ethnic cleansing".
Fatima's daughters had crossed into Bangladesh before her, as it was the custom for Rohingya women to send their children first with the men making their way to the border. As the violence spiraled into a frenzy, she decided to leave.