Bangladesh: NPM SA Round 9: Situation Overview & Summary Indicators

from Assessment Capacities Project
Published on 15 Apr 2018 View Original

NPM Round 9 Summary Chart

This chart contains headline indicators broken down by Sector. This has been done to present a initial overview of the results whilst a more thorough report on Round 9 is developed. The NPM Site Assessment is a regular data collection and analysis exercise. For Round 9, more than 1,800 respondents (mostly mahjis) were interviewed. The total Rohingya population enumerated is 898,312. This summary includes 38 camps and excludes 15,844 people across 77 blocks out of 1,807, or 2% of the population, whose responses have been anonymised as they are predominantly small settlements in host communities and may be easily identified.

Responses have been aggregated here at camp level, meaning that the percentage depicted next to each point is the average for all blocks within that camp. The indicators depicted here are a mixture of Yes/No questions and mahji estimates. Blank cells indicate areas with insufficient data. The colour of each point is reflective of the relative severity of each indicator, with red being the worst. In the summary, camps have been sorted by their total population. The size of each point depicts the estimated population affected by each indicator; the specific indicator for the size is listed at the bottom of each column. The estimates for the affected populations for each sector indicator count each mahji’s response as representative for their entire block; whilst mahjis are very aware of the types of services available in their areas, they do not have the fullest understanding of all issues – only 4 respondents were female. More information on the indicators may be found in the Methodology Note.