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Covid-19 livelihood crisis, social cohesion challenges and mitigation options: an empirical study among low-income groups and migrant workers in Bangladesh
(Brac University, 2021-06)
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused substantial damages to the health and wellbeing of people around the world. As of February 1, 2021, Bangladesh recorded 535,000 infections with 8,100 deaths and a 90 percent recovery rate. ...
Navigating at the margins: family, mobility and livelihoods amongst Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
(Brac University and The Asia Foundation, 2020-08)
Decades of persecution of the Rohingya community in Myanmar have culminated in several large waves of forced displacement, and a total of nearly one million now live as refugees in the camps of Cox’s Bazar across the ...
Social Cohesion, resilience and peace building between host population and Rohingya Refugee Community in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
(Brac University, 2019-06)
In August 2017 Myanmar authorities unleashed systematic violence on the Rohingya community of Northern Rakhine State. Hundred of thousands of Rohingya were affected and an unknown number were killed, resulting in nearly ...