A semitrailer pulls up, full of rice, water, clothes, medicine, biscuits.
Aid workers hand out the supplies to thousands of anxious, impatient and hungry refugees.
The scene is chaotic — and aid groups say that's how it has been for the past few weeks. Over 400,000 Rohingya refugees have fled government violence in Myanmar — where they are a Muslim minority — for Bangladesh. They are straining the capacity of aid agencies on the ground and of the Bangladesh government. And more refugees arrive each day.