- Dramatic increase of security infrastructure since January
- Military bases, helipads and roads built on burned villages
- Rohingya people forcibly driven off their lands to make room for construction
Six months on from the brutal military campaign that forced hundreds of thousands of Rohingya people from their homes and left hundreds of villages burned to the ground, Myanmar's authorities are remaking Northern Rakhine State in their absence.
Remaking Rakhine State reveals how flattening of Rohingya villages and new construction have intensified since January in areas where hundreds of thousands fled the military’s campaign of ethnic cleansing last year.