Improving Outcomes forDisplaced Rohingya Peopleand Hosts in Cox’s BazarThis paper aims to identify knowledge gaps through a rapid evidence assessment of literature on the Cox’s Bazar region, the DRPs, and the HC. By mapping the current evidence and knowledge gaps...
This brief presents findings on consumption, coping and basic needs from the Cox’s Bazar Panel Baseline Survey (CBPS) conducted between March – August, 2019 in combination with findings from the first rapid follow-up on a sub-sample of the baseline households conducted between April-May 2020.
This brief summarizes findings from rapid welfare tracking surveys in Cox’s Bazar. Two rounds of tracking surveys were implemented via phone interviews in 2020 to monitor the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on labor markets, wages, and household coping strategies.
The JDC strategy for 2021-2023 describes how the Center prioritizes its engagements to improve the protection and well-being of populations affected by forced displacement through better data and evidence.
The first JDC’s Annual Report provides an overview of what the Center believes are the existing major data and evidence gaps for those affected by forced displacement, and reflects on the activities undertaken by the JDC to improve the availability and accessibility of high-quality socioeconomic data.
Monitoring the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19 on Djiboutian and refugee households in Djibouti – results from R3
The high-frequency phone survey monitors the economic and social impact of and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic on refugees and nationals.
Compounding Misfortunes : An Update to the StudyThe study Compounding Misfortunes funded by the Joint Data Center and jointly published by the World Bank and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in December 2020, represented an initial...
Monitoring COVID-19 Impact on Refugees in Ethiopia Report No. 2The high-frequency phone survey of refugees monitors the economic and social impact of and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic on refugees and nationals. The main objective is to inform timely and adequate...
Traditional approaches to managing forced displacement remain largely child blind. This third JDC Quarterly Digest highlights some examples of research which contribute to closing these gaps, by focusing on three main areas of investigation: mental health risks faced by forcibly displaced children; evidence from existing evaluations and assessments on ‘what works’; and emerging research into the use of technological innovations for the management of child migration and displacement data.
The high-frequency phone survey of refugees monitors the economic and social impact of and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic on refugees and nationals, by calling a sample of households every four weeks. Round 1 of data collection for the refugee sample occurs simultaneously with Round 6 of the national HFPS operation. This survey brief summarizes the results of the first round of the joint national and refugee HFPS, implemented between 24 September and 17 October 2020.