This report by ACAPS and IOM's Communicating with Communities unit is a large qualitative study exploring how Rohingya refugees have experienced the humanitarian response in Cox's Bazar, with a focus on accountability within the response. This report explores recurrent themes within the response, such as the treatment of Rohingya refugees by humanitarian staff, the inclusion of the Rohingya in decision-making processes, and complaints and feedback mechanisms. The report concludes with recommendations from the participants for different sectors within the response.
Access a summary of this report here.
The audio discussion below is a deeper dive into the methodology behind the report, with members from both teams discussing the research methodology and analysis process.