BBC Media Action would like to share the following report - “Understanding health-seeking behaviour of the Rohingya community”.
This report is based on the thematic formative study where BBC Media Action looked at the Rohingya people’s health-seeking behaviour, their barriers to accessing health services, their use of feedback and response mechanisms, and health providers community engagement and accountability approaches. We did this by speaking with people from Rohingya community as well as formal and informal health care service providers. We believe the report contains useful information for practitioners who want a better understanding of the current health seeking behaviour of the Rohingya community and can assist in improving health care services in the camps.
You can download the report from here.
This research has been carried out by Research and Learning Team, BBC Media Action, Bangladesh.
The work was funded by EU humanitarian aid and the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.