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BANGLADESH - Needs and priorities of Rohingya refugees and host communities in Cox’s Bazar since 2017: what has changed?

30 August 2022


movement restrictions for the Rohingya community over time In October 2021, the UN and the Government of Bangladesh signed a memorandum of understanding that the UN would collaborate with the Government in providing services to After a failed attempt to repatriate the refugees, and as resources, such as forests, water, Rohingya refugees residing in the island (UN 09/10/2021). [...] The Government of Bangladesh has placed tighter restrictions on the to maintain the focus on understanding the evolution of humanitarian needs through the mobility of the Rohingya within the camps (HRW 04/04/2022). [...] One of the two annual large-scale assessments in the Rohingya response used was the J-MSNA (referred to as the MSNA in 2018), which had taken place under the coordination structure of Changes to the assessment including questionnaire design in these assessments are to the Inter-Sector Coordination Group (ISCG) for Rohingya Refugees in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021, be expected. [...] While the changes can result in a better snapshot of the this report, the REVA and MSNA/J-MSNA reports are referenced by the abbreviated report situation at the time, they can also limit comparability with previous assessments, as is the name and the year to which the data refers, not by the lead body that published the report case in the Rohingya response – something stakeholders should consider. [...] During and In January 2020, the Government of Bangladesh approved the use of the Myanmar curriculum immediately after the 2017 influx, the initial use of many schools as shelters for newly arrived in the camps (AI 15/09/2020).