Proceedings of The 6th World Conference on Research in Social Sciences
Examining the Challenges, And Policy Option of International Humanitarian Aid Mobilization within the Forcedly Migrated Rohingya Community in Bangladesh
There is an ongoing debate among many social scientists, academics, policy makers and donor organizations about the consequences & challenges of humanitarian aid across the world (Seybolt, 2009, Greig, 2021, Abbas and Niyiragira, 2009). Therefore, providing the insightful evidence about the challenges of the intervention of any humanitarian aid program in a different context is significantly important. Forced migration of Rohingya ethnic community from Myanmar to Bangladesh is one of the biggest humanitarian’s crises across the globe. Under the Joint Response Plan (JRP) of the United Nations, the international humanitarian aid program is being carried out among the refugee community of Bangladesh since 2017. The paper is examining the perceptions and thoughts of the people of refugee, and other communities about the challenges and policy option of the ongoing intervention among the migrated Rohingya community. The study has used Semi -structured multiple qualitative interviews as the appropriate method to conduct the research due to the nature of the research questions and the approach of the study. Due to exploratory nature of the project, Thematic analysis (TA) has been chosen as the ideal tool of data analysis. Through the systematic approach of deductive coding, combining and data indexing, the emergent themes are going to answer the exploratory questions of the study. Thus, a set of policy recommendations will be drawn as the unique contribution of the research which will open a new horizon of debate and discussion.
keywords: : challenges, forced migration, humanitarian aid, Rohingya community, thematic analysis