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Four Years On: Shifting Gendered Perceptions and Experiences

Comprehensive Gender Analysis within Rohingya and Host Communities in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh

Authored by: Federica Mastroianni, Malika Tamim, Sajnin Tasnim et al.

Categories: Human Rights, Humanitarian Emergencies, Violent Conflict
Sub-Categories: Economic Recovery, Human Development, Migration, Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV), Sexual and Reproductive Health
Country: Myanmar
Region: East Asia and the Pacific
Year: 2022
Citation: Mastroianni, Federica, Malika Tamim, Sajnin Tasnim et al. "Four Years On: Shifting Gendered Perceptions and Experiences - Comprehensive Gender Analysis within Rohingya and Host Communities in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh." United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. March 2022.

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Executive Summary

This research seeks to understand the impact of humanitarian programming on gender dynamics from the perspectives of the affected communities. The consultations exclusively focused on gender dynamics and more than 800 Rohingya and host community women and men from different social groups were invited to discuss their views, changes they have experienced and observed, and their concerns and expectations resulting from these changes. A wide range of humanitarian service providers were also engaged in the process, critically reflecting on their own experiences in gender programming operations at the community level and sharing their observations on the changes.