Considerations in developing an NGO intervention model on Rohingya female adolescents’ ‘participatory resiliency mapping’ towards livelihood and survival Strategies
In order to safeguard Rohingya adolescent girls from a wide range of vulnerabilities, there is a dire need of sustainable and participatory ‘resiliency mapping’. The talk will shed light on the field level realities, and prospects of an NGO intervention model on Rohingya female adolescents’ ‘participatory resiliency mapping’ towards adoption of sustainable livelihood and survival Strategies. The model is expected to provide a low-cost solution to NGO’s inability to adopt technology-intensive resilience mapping. The talk will be based on the background research findings, and sharing insights for planning a collaborative research with the CPS and the Social Work department of the University of Manitoba.