The Rohingya Crisis is covered as an example of a Complex Humanitarian Emergency (CHE) in the TorqAid online accredited Disaster Risk Management (DRM) program, specifically in Module 5.Ã‚Â In the assignment questions, one of these relates to the Rohingya situation.Ã‚Â As a number of new online DRM students who might be Global Developmejoining as
By late February 2020, the international community continues working in close cooperation with the Government of Bangladesh (GoB), where they together provide assistance to over 900,000 Rohingya living in Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh, together with over 300,000 local host Bangladeshis. The majority of the Rohingya live in 27 camps and settlements across the southern part of Cox’s Bazar District, the largest conglomeration of which (Kutupalong) houses over 600,000 individuals. TorqAid produces a monthly update (latest March 2020) of the Summary Sheet ‘Understanding the Rohingya Crisis’ (see below) which highlights key progress on this complex humanitarian operation.Download
TorqAid also produces a summary on the series of ‘What Matters?’ humanitarian bulletins (see below), produced by the skilled Communication with Communities (CwC) team of practitioners working out of Cox’s Bazar. This regular buletin, produced in both Bangla (Bengali) and English, summarises key issues of concern and feedback from both Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshi host communities. Follow a link below to the March 2020 summary.Download
Chris spent three months in Cox’s Bazar in mid 2018, where he worked as a RedR deployee attached to UNDP.