• Report
  • 1 April 2021

Supporting longer term development in crises at the nexus: Lessons from Bangladesh: Appendix 3


appendix 3

This report was written and researched by Niklas Rieger at Development Initiatives (DI), with significant contributions from Sarah Hanssen, independent consultant. Research in-country was carried out by Proma Parmita, independent consultant.

The author would like to thank the wide range of stakeholders who contributed qualitative input through key informant interviews and external reviews, with a special thanks to Rezaul Karim Chowdhury at COAST Trust; Botagoz Nartayeva and Marco De Gaetano at FAO; Leimer Tejeda Frem and Manuel Marques Pereira at IOM; Margo Baars, Nicole Epting, Julia Hanby, Peter Kern and Sulakshani Perera at the ISCG; James Munn at NRC; Arif Abdullah Khan at UNDP; Nodoka Hasegawa at UNHCR; Henry Glorieux, Mazedul Islam and Kazi Shahidur Rahman at UNRCO; and Ikechi Okorie at the World Bank. A full list of contributors is available in Appendix 1.

We would like to express our gratitude to the Global Humanitarian Assistance programme funders: the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, Canada; the Human Rights, Good Governance and Humanitarian Aid Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Netherlands; the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency; and the Department for Humanitarian Action at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Denmark. We are also grateful for the financial support of NRC Bangladesh to the in-country research.

The project was managed by Tom Urry. Data analysis was led by Duncan Knox with extensive analysis and research across the report by Olivia Wheatley-Hince and Dan Walton. Georgina Carver managed editorial production, with support from Simon Murphy and Louise Summerling. The report was copy edited by Rebecca Hills. Charlotte MacDiarmid, Amanda Thomas and Angus Urquhart provided editorial guidance. Communications support was provided by Telche Hanley-Moyle, James Harle, Sarah Harries and Anna Hope.