Ramida Begum holds her 10-day-old daughter in their shelter in Kutupalang, an unregistered refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.'The military caught my husband and burnt our house down a week before I left Myanmar.
They knew I was pregnant but didn't care," Ms Bagon said.
Clutching her baby daughter to her chest, the 20-year-old added: "My husband blamed me for letting it happen.
Because of this, he married another woman and now lives in another village." Hasinnar Baygon, a 20-year-old mother-of-two, told the agency her husband had also threatened to leave her after she was raped by three soldiers.
She alleged they took turns to violate her after all Rohingya men had fled the village, leaving only the women, children and elderly.
'I fled to Bangladesh because of fear, because I needed to save my children.
I was pregnant and suffering from fever while crossing the border.Since then I don't know whether my husband is dead or alive' Minara Begum sits inside the shelter, cradling her one-month-old son Ayub.Minara fled to Bangladesh from Nasha Phuru village in Myanmar with her husband and mother-in-law.One woman, Ayamar Bagon, told AFP she has been forced to live on handouts after her husband left her when she told him she was gang-raped by soldiers."I was raped close to my due date, in my ninth month of pregnancy.'My child doesn't get enough breast milk as I don't eat enough nutritious food.