The study’s themes and the research questions were designed by CPJ’s Rohingya research team in response to frequent community concerns, and all viewpoints expressed here are those of camp residents.

Key recommendations which emerged from the research include:

  • Expanding training and skill-building opportunities for camp residents
  • Strengthening communication and consultation processes between humanitarian actors and refugees
  • Addressing the trust gap between camp residents and humanitarian actors through stronger response mechanisms and ensuring collaborative approaches to program and service delivery design.