Cox's Bazar, July 11 -- An estimated 22,000 Rohingyas were affected since the beginning of July as rain and storm batter the cramped camps.

The situation is worse in this monsoon compared to 2018. The total number of Rohingyas affected in July last year was 19,000.

In a report, the Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG) said that at least 5,600 individuals have already been displaced this year in the monsoon.

Unrelenting rain and winds have been damaging homes and infrastructure, increasing the risk of waterborne illnesses among the Rohingyas living in makeshift houses.

"The rain and wind are causing misery on the ground and our teams are working day and night to provide emergency services and relocate the affected people," said Manue...