​1st Prize 新たな生活を求めて 

In Search of a New Life Photo by Yannis Behrakis / Reuters

3rd  Prize

Rohingya Exodus

Photo by

Ozge Elif Kizil

/Anadolu Agency

Rohingya Muslims get off a boat after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border through sea borders in Shah Porir Dwip near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on September 29, 2017. Hundreds of Rohingyas cross land and sea borders daily to reach Bangladesh, paying 36 USD each to hire a boat to cross the borders. As the number of boats ferrying Rohingyas from Myanmar increase in the day and night hours, Bangladeshi forces try to bring the boats into order on the shore. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

A Rohingya woman gets off a boat after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border through sea borders in Shah Porir Dwip near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on September 29, 2017. Hundreds of Rohingyas cross land and sea borders daily to reach Bangladesh, paying 36 USD each to hire a boat to cross the borders. As the number of boats ferrying Rohingyas from Myanmar increase in the day and night hours, Bangladeshi forces try to bring the boats into order on the shore. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 

Rohingya women and their children faint in a boat during crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border through sea borders in Shah Porir Dwip near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on September 29, 2017. Hundreds of Rohingyas cross land and sea borders daily to reach Bangladesh, paying 36 USD each to hire a boat to cross the borders. As the number of boats ferrying Rohingyas from Myanmar increase in the day and night hours, Bangladeshi forces try to bring the boats into order on the shore. 

Rohingya girl cries next to her relative on the shore after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border through sea borders in Shah Porir Dwip near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on September 29, 2017. Hundreds of Rohingyas cross land and sea borders daily to reach Bangladesh, paying 36 USD each to hire a boat to cross the borders. As the number of boats ferrying Rohingyas from Myanmar increase in the day and night hours, Bangladeshi forces try to bring the boats into order on the shore. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Rohingya women faint on the shore after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border through sea borders in Shah Porir Dwip near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on September 30, 2017. Hundreds of Rohingyas cross land and sea borders daily to reach Bangladesh, paying 36 USD each to hire a boat to cross the borders. As the number of boats ferrying Rohingyas from Myanmar increase in the day and night hours, Bangladeshi forces try to bring the boats into order on the shore. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

A Rohingya woman holds an umbrella to protect herself during a rainy day at the Tankhali makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on September 28, 2017. Rohingya people, fled from oppression within ongoing military operations in Myanmar’s Rakhine state took shelters at the makeshift camps in Cox's Bazar, and Teknaff. Since Aug. 25, when the military launched a crackdown against Rohingya militants, more than 655,000 Rohingya have crossed from Myanmar's western state of Rakhine into Bangladesh, according to the UN. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Soldiers from Bangladesh army ensure security as Rohingya people wait for receiving aid at the Tankhali makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on September 28, 2017. Rohingya people, fled from oppression within ongoing military operations in Myanmar’s Rakhine state took shelters at the makeshift camps in Cox's Bazar, and Teknaff. Since Aug. 25, when the military launched a crackdown against Rohingya militants, more than 655,000 Rohingya have crossed from Myanmar's western state of Rakhine into Bangladesh, according to the UN. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

A general view of the makeshift camp houses are seen at a makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on September 30, 2017. Rohingya people, fled from oppression within ongoing military operations in Myanmar’s Rakhine state took shelters at the makeshift camps in Cox's Bazar, and Teknaff. Since Aug. 25, when the military launched a crackdown against Rohingya militants, more than 655,000 Rohingya have crossed from Myanmar's western state of Rakhine into Bangladesh, according to the UN. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

A Rohingya man is seen during a rainy day at the Tankhali makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on October 3, 2017. Rohingya people, fled from oppression within ongoing military operations in Myanmar’s Rakhine state took shelters at the makeshift camps in Cox's Bazar, and Teknaff. Since Aug. 25, when the military launched a crackdown against Rohingya militants, more than 655,000 Rohingya have crossed from Myanmar's western state of Rakhine into Bangladesh, according to the UN. Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Rohingya Muslims walk on the shore after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border through sea borders in Shah Porir Dwip near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on October 2, 2017. Hundreds of Rohingyas cross land and sea borders daily to reach Bangladesh, paying 36 USD each to hire a boat to cross the borders. As the number of boats ferrying Rohingyas from Myanmar increase in the day and night hours, Bangladeshi forces try to bring the boats into order on the shore.

Bibi Zeyna, 23, is seen with her 6 days baby with no given name at a makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on October 3, 2017. Zeyna gave birth in harsh conditions with her close relatives at a makeshift camp in unhealthy conditions and malnutrition. She expressed that "I want my baby to stay alive in our current situation". Thousands of Rohingya people died, ones who survived after dangerous crossover are face to death. Rohingyas crossing to Bangladesh, start to live makeshift camps with hard conditions, living those camps is difficult for Rohingyas especially women and children. Hundreds of Rohingya pregnant women give birth under unhealthy and unsafe conditions. They all worried about their children. When the question “What do you dream about your child’s life in the circumstances” is asked to the puerpera Rohingya women, they all answered the question with same sentence, “ i want my baby stay alive” Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Mumina Hatum, 26, is seen with her 4 days baby with no given name at a makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on October 1, 2017. Hatum gave birth in harsh conditions with her close relatives at a makeshift camp in unhealthy conditions and malnutrition. She expressed that "I want my baby to stay alive in our current situation". Thousands of Rohingya people died, ones who survived after dangerous crossover are face to death. Rohingyas crossing to Bangladesh, start to live makeshift camps with hard conditions, living those camps is difficult for Rohingyas especially women and children. Hundreds of Rohingya pregnant women give birth under unhealthy and unsafe conditions. They all worried about their children. When the question “What do you dream about your child’s life in the circumstances” is asked to the puerpera Rohingya women, they all answered the question with same sentence, “ i want my baby stay alive”Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Nur Kayida, 20, is seen with her 2 days baby with no given name at a makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on October 1, 2017. Kayida gave birth in harsh conditions with her close relatives at a makeshift camp in unhealthy conditions and malnutrition. She expressed that "I want my baby to stay alive in our current situation".Thousands of Rohingya people died, ones who survived after dangerous crossover are face to death. Rohingyas crossing to Bangladesh, start to live makeshift camps with hard conditions, living those camps is difficult for Rohingyas especially women and children. Hundreds of Rohingya pregnant women give birth under unhealthy and unsafe conditions. They all worried about their children. When the question “What do you dream about your child’s life in the circumstances” is asked to the puerpera Rohingya women, they all answered the question with same sentence, “ i want my baby stay alive” Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Rehana Begom, 28, is seen with her 4 days baby with no given name at a makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on October 1, 2017. Begom gave birth in harsh conditions with her close relatives at a makeshift camp in unhealthy conditions and malnutrition. She expressed that "I want my baby to stay alive in our current situation". Thousands of Rohingya people died, ones who survived after dangerous crossover are face to death. Rohingyas crossing to Bangladesh, start to live makeshift camps with hard conditions, living those camps is difficult for Rohingyas especially women and children. Hundreds of Rohingya pregnant women give birth under unhealthy and unsafe conditions. They all worried about their children. When the question “What do you dream about your child’s life in the circumstances” is asked to the puerpera Rohingya women, they all answered the question with same sentence, “ i want my baby stay alive” Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Gulbahar, 25, is seen with her 1 day baby with no given name at a makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh on October 1, 2017. Gulbahar gave birth in harsh conditions with her close relatives at a makeshift camp in unhealthy conditions and malnutrition. She expressed that "I want my baby to stay alive in our current situation". Thousands of Rohingya people died, ones who survived after dangerous crossover are face to death. Rohingyas crossing to Bangladesh, start to live makeshift camps with hard conditions, living those camps is difficult for Rohingyas especially women and children. Hundreds of Rohingya pregnant women give birth under unhealthy and unsafe conditions. They all worried about their children. When the question “What do you dream about your child’s life in the circumstances” is asked to the puerpera Rohingya women, they all answered the question with same sentence, “ i want my baby stay alive” Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh