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April 11, 2018

How do you confront taboos in a humanitarian crisis?

by Mahmoud Homsi Noor Hasina–a Rohingya refugee and new mother–spent a good part of her morning at one of BRAC’s primary healthcare centres with her six-month-old […]
March 22, 2018

Localisation of humanitarian response: A proven frontier for BRAC

by Shashanka Saadi The idea of localisation was first reinforced at the first World Humanitarian Summit in 2016, when government delegates, donors, philanthropists and civil society […]
March 11, 2018

Keeping the kids in school: 200 learning centres for Rohingya children

March 6, 2018 By Shamsul Alam “Today we formed a train with our hands on each other shoulders and sang a song before starting lessons,” he […]
February 22, 2018

What learning looks like in the midst of a humanitarian crisis

By Sybile Penhirin Everywhere in the world, children are curious and eager to learn. But what does schooling look like in the midst of a humanitarian […]