Systematic feedback for Rohingya and host communities in Bangladesh (Round 3)

Leading/Coordinating Organization(s)
Ground Truth Solutions
Rohingya were surveyed in 30 camps in the Ukhia and Teknaf subdistricts. Households were selected to participate in the survey by randomly assigning shelters to approach from a sitemap of each camp. Certain small camps were over-sampled as we tried to survey at least 30 responses per camp, in order to ensure some minimum reliability on the camp level.
Bangladeshis were surveyed in nine locations within or in very close proximity to the camps in Ukhia and Teknaf. The objective was to capture the perspectives of Bangladeshis who live in close proximity to Rohingya communities and who might have some interaction with aid providers in Ukhia and Teknaf. In locations with smaller target populations, every household was sampled. In locations with larger populations, every fifth household was sampled.
Ground Truth Solutions aims to provide Rohingya and local communities with a way to express their views and give feedback. Listening and responding to the voices of these communities is a vital first step in closing the accountability gap and empowering people to be part of the decisions that govern their lives.
Report completed
Cox's Bazar
Inter-Sector Coordination (Bangladesh)
Host Communities (Bangladesh)
Assessment report