Making needs and rights visible
The power of data and evidence for an improved response to the Rohingya Crisis
Without reliable evidence, it is not possible to identify where programme interventions are most needed and whether interventions are successful in making a positive difference. The most recent reports on the Grand Bargain and World Humanitarian Summit commitments, and on the Sustainable Development Goals, clearly underline the existing gaps in data and evidence that further increase the vulnerability of those most at risk, demonstrating the need for evidence-based humanitarian approaches and interventions. This will help to better inform the response, addressing the changing needs and helping to move beyond survival and improve the quality of life of affected communities through evidence-driven interventions.