Policy Brief: Learning for What Future?

By USCRI January 10, 2023

USCRI Policy Analyst Aaron Escajeda conducted a field visit to Bangladesh in December 2022 and met with domestic and international NGOs to better understand the context of and humanitarian response to the Rohingya refugee crisis. Additionally, USCRI visited multiple Rohingya refugee camps with Friendship NGO, which allowed USCRI to speak with Rohingya refugees directly as well as to gain access to learning and health centers run by Friendship. This policy brief spotlights a section of a larger forthcoming report.

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