A comparative study on vulnerability and coping mechanisms between Rohingya refugee and Chakma IDP women
Syeda Rozana Rashid, Forum on Women in Security and International Affairs (Bangladesh), Bangladesh Freedom Foundation
Forum on Women in Security and International Affairs, 2005 - Social Science - 120 pages
Comparative study with reference to refugee women belonging to Rohingya ethnic group of Burmese people, and internally dispaced women belonging to Chakma ethnic group of Asian people, living in Bangladesh.
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50 IDPs activities adverse situations age group Alastair Ager Arakan army arrested Bangladesh army Bengali settlers Burma camp authorities Chakma IDP women Chakma interviewees Chakma women Chittagong Hill Tracts coping mechanisms Cox's Bazar cultural Data not available displaced situation economic experience external factors family members fear of persecution flight forced displacement forced migration gender girl household human rights husband identified income internally displaced Internally Displaced Persons Kutupalong lack large number lives marriage married mental Myanmar NGOs number of women participation Percentage Distribution persons physical political programme protection psychological psychosocial stress Rakhine Rangamati rape refugee and Chakma refugee camps repatriation resilience respondents Rohingya refugee women Rohingya women role Shanti Bahini shelter sources of coping suffered Table target group torture tribal UNHCR victims of forced violence vulnerability and coping woman women interviewed women refugees women were found