A team from Translators without Borders (TWB) has deployed to Cox's Bazar to address the language barriers that are making the delivery of aid very difficult. Over the next weeks, they will develop language capacity by training local Rohingya speakers to work with them as interpreters in the refugee camps. They will also develop resources to support the language needs of other aid organizations responding in the area. In just over eight weeks 700,000 Rohingya speakers have fled across the border from Myanmar into Bangladesh. This is a politically complicated emergency, and people are in need of care and information in a language they understand.