Study on social cohesion between Rohingya and Host communities in Teknaf

The study was conducted among Rohingya communities and host communities to understand the existing social cohesion, mitigation measures to establish social cohesion.

Methodology
  • Cross sectional and longitudinal data qualitative and quantitative information creation.
  • Youth perception analysis 
  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Analysis of rights and equality: Safe and dignified life
  • Analysis of connectedness: Shared identity and feeling of belonging
  • Analysis of horizontal social relationships and networks
  • Analysis of orientation towards the common good: Solidarity and support
  • Exploring immediate, temporary and durable solutions

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