Paper 3: Information Ecosystems in Northern Rakhine State

Paper 3: Information Ecosystems in Northern Rakhine State

This paper is the third of a multi-part series examining the shifting sociocultural landscapes of minority and conflict-affected populations across Rakhine. The series uses three aspects of information ecosystems mapping – the role of influence, social trust, and information use – to explore the ways in which changes have contributed to community attitudes and impact the efficacy and sustainability of humanitarian interventions.

Information Ecosystems Paper 2: southern Rakhine

Information Ecosystems Paper 2: southern Rakhine

This paper is the second of a multi-part series examining the shifting sociocultural landscapes of minority and conflict-affected populations across Rakhine. The series uses three aspects of information ecosystems mapping – the role of influence, social trust, and information use –

Covid-19 Response & Parahita Groups

Covid-19 Response & Parahita Groups

As of 15 May 2020, there are 181 confirmed cases of individuals with Covid-19 in Myanmar, with six reported deaths. The spread of the virus is only at its initial stages, and given Myanmar’s underdeveloped public health infrastructure, the impact is expected to be significant: 23% of Myanmar’s population have underlying health conditions,1 placing that group at high risk of severe symptoms if they contract the disease.

Information Ecosystems Among Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

Information Ecosystems Among Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

Information Ecosystems Among Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh 4 February 2020This paper is the first of a multi-part series examining the shifting sociocultural landscapes of minority and conflict-affected populations across Rakhine. The series uses three aspects

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