Independent Evaluation of UNHCR’s Emergency Response to the Rohingya Refugees Influx in Bangladesh August 2017– September 2018
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The evaluation of UNHCR’s response to the Rohingya refugee emergency in Bangladesh follows on from the declaration of the Level 3 (L3) emergency for Bangladesh, effective 19 September 2017. It is undertaken in line with UNHCR’s revised Evaluation Policy approved by the High Commissioner on 16 October 2016. The evaluation started in January 2018 and was conducted over a period of 10 months and covers the first 12 months of the response. The purpose of the evaluation is to analyse the extent to which UNHCR provided a timely and effective response to the refugee crisis in Bangladesh. It will be used to reinforce the organization’s global approaches to emergency response in refugee situations as well as to provide recommendations to strengthen UNHCR’s operations in Bangladesh in the second year.
CitationSida. L.; Jahan. F.; Rashid. M.; Nelis. T. and Lakshman. R. (2018) Independent Evaluation of UNHCR’s Emergency Response to the Rohingya Refugees Influx in Bangladesh August 2017– September 2018, Evalusation Report, UNHCR
Is part of seriesUNHCR Evaluation Report;ES/2018/08
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