Population movement and the Chittagong Hill Tracts development programme

In 1999 the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) decided to use the “Better Programming Initiative” (BPI), the conflict-sensitive approach to programming adopted by the International Federation in 1998, to plan a new Chittagong Hill Tracts development programme. BPI would help to identify how to use assistance to increase local communities’ capacities to work together and promote long-term recovery and reconciliation. In 2004, interviews, community meetings, workshops and a questionnaire survey were carried out to analyse the impact of using BPI. Published in 2004.

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