Between two worlds: children living in the world's biggest refugee camp

Some 883,000 people who fled violence in Myanmar last year are now living in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh-- home of the world's largest refugee camp. Nearly 55 per cent are children under age 18.

According to the report, Childhood Interrupted: Children's Voices from the Rohingya Refugee Crisis, safety, health and lack of opportunities to play and go to school are the top concerns of refugee children.

On World Refugee Day, children in the camps shared drawings of their worlds: memories of home and life in the camps.