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In partnership with Advocacy for Social Change, BRAC, the Department of Development Studies at the University of Dhaka has developed four idea papers. The idea papers analyse the demographic data of the camps to grasp how the transition is taking place and how such shifts affect the needs and challenges of the Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals (FDMNs), and what is the availability of required resources. In identifying and considering future strategic shifts based on the demographic transition, it is crucial to understand that future strategic responses are built upon the strategic shift. Future responses should emphasise access to health for the children, nutrition and dietary diversity, as well as awareness about family planning, and improve the skills of adolescents and young people. There should be initiatives to give girls and boys equal access to education based on the Myanmar Curriculum. As the demographic data suggests that the number of adolescent girls and working-age women will significantly increase in the future, there will also be a demand for a 24-hour protection service for the FDMNs. It’s also important to emphasise the need for food security, natural resource management and social cohesion in the camps and host communities.



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