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Research & Strategy Support for Rohingya Response
-by inspira advisory & consulting ltd.

We have recently mapped NGO locations in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh who are active respondents of the Rohingya crisis.


Mapping Humanitarian Actors in Cox’s Bazaar

We have mapped local and national NGO’s in Cox’s Bazaar using GIS (online). This map highlights NGO locations, their information, project information, donor information, project value and sector focus. It enables efficient identification of the NGO’s and their proximity, as well as improve decision-making for potential donors and researchers.

Multi-sector Scoping Study on the Rohingya Crisis

We have studied and developed 7 sector (Child Education, Environmental, Toilet and Sanitation, Electricity, Cooking Fuel, Infrastructure and Livelihood) specific concept notes of fund mobilization for the FDMN community. Doing so has helped the client pull in international funds for multiple intervention projects.



We conduct our research in line with Sphere Handbook, Core Humanitarian Standard, ISCG cluster guidelines to ensure alignment with global standards for humanitarian intervention design.

Our work expands across diverse functional research types including qualitative, quantitative, conceptual ,case study, and short term research


Technical Support

Fund Raising: We can prepare sector specific project proposal.

Intervention Strategy: Crafting intervention & resource mobilization strategy for the deployment of missions in emergency response.

Mapping: Donor & Partner mapping, GIS mapping, Stakeholder mapping, Private sector mapping & integration.


Assist in building a network around local agents and stakeholders

Site selection for project office and outpost for smooth operation of project.

Translation: Rohingya dialect to Bengali/English and vice versa.

Knowledgebase Creation

Facilitating Events: conferences, seminars, & debates,

Documentation: Preparing audio/video documentary, Info graphics, & articles 



  • SAfe water

16,000,000 liters of drinkable water, from which about 200,000 refugees are still deprived.

  • food

360,000 kilograms of food, from which about 30,000 refugees are still deprived.

  • shelter

220,000 tie-down shelters, from which about 300,000 refugees are still deprived.

  • cooking fuel

80,000 kilograms of cooking fuel, from which about 80,000 refugees are still deprived.

  • toilets

50,000 communal toilets, from which about 180,000 refugees are still deprived.

  • healthcare

200 healthcare facilities, from which about 200,000 refugees are still deprived.

  • quality and quantity of aid respondents on site

In a previous study, we have found that organizations have mass recruited employees within a very short period for their FDMN (Forcibly Displace Myanmar Nationals) program. This is also a recruitment trend in other NGO’s or INGO’s participating in emergency response programs, a trend that comes with numerous challenges:

Imbalances in Organograms
Job Insecurity
Pay Scale Anomaly
Retention Rate
Short-term to Mid-term intervention switching

In response to the need for strategic human resource management

We are envisioning an event that involves discussion and decision-making with HR Professionals and NGO's from across the country.

Call us: 01707078546

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