BBC Media Action would like to share the following report - “Understanding social cohesion between the Rohingya and host communities”. This report is based on the thematic formative study where BBC Media Action looked at the present status of social cohesion between the host and Rohingya community people. We did this by speaking with people from these communities as well as humanitarian practitioners. We believe the report contains useful information for practitioners who want a better understanding of the dynamics between the communities and can assist programming on social cohesion.
This research has been carried out by Research and Learning Team, BBC Media Action, Bangladesh.
The work was funded by ECHO (with funds flowing through Action Against Hunger) and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), with back-funding from the UK Department for International Development.