November 24, 2020
| Dataset date: Jan 1, 2015-Dec 31, 2019
This dataset updates: As needed
This dataset with visualisation brings together data from a range of sources to provide a greater overall and comparative changes of the Yemen situation and context in past five years at country level. The indicators are selected based on the avialablity of data and based on ACAPS analytical framework specified in ACAPS core data set product from Yemen. When analysing and interpreting the data, please be aware that some indicators are tablulated at monthly and some are in Yearly based on data avilability and nature of indicator.
There are major impediments on collecting information in Yemen. Therefore, this dataset has been given a ‘Medium’ reliability ranking by the ACAPS analyst team. The Yemen Analyst Hub recommends that this dataset is used only as a starting point. It will enable you to quickly see the five years trend in Yemen crisis. However, for operational decision making, we recommend you check the sources of data and cosult with data sourced organisation and frontline workers.
June 26, 2019
| Dataset date: Jun 30, 2018-Jul 21, 2018
This dataset updates: Every year
Data collected in Bangladesh between June-July, 2018. Their analysis contributed to the Xchange Foundation's “The Rohingya Amongst Us”: Bangladeshi Perspectives on the Rohingya Crisis Survey.
The survey sample consisted of 1,697 Bangladeshi adults living in Teknaf (56%) and Ukhia (44%), the two southernmost subdistricts of Cox’s Bazar, and home to the majority of the Rohingya population. The survey was conducted in Bengali with the use of a questionnaire distributed through an online data collection application across more than 71 (up to 97) villages. Respondents were provided with anonymity and verbal consent was ensured before proceeding with each survey. The results of the survey are generalisable to the total adult Bangladeshi population residing in Ukhia and Teknaf upazilas (on a 95% confidence level, the margin of sampling error was 2.37).
To read the full report go to: http://xchange.org/bangladeshi-perspectives-on-the-rohingya-crisis-survey/