This document serves as a snapshot of community feedback on extreme weather. All data was collected by BRAC Community Mobilisation Volunteers (CMV) who were recruited by a UNICEF funded initiative under their Communication 4 Development (C4D) Project. BRAC have a team of 800 strong CMV Rohingya community who are recruited to disseminate critical messaging on health, hygiene, sanitation, nutrition and protections through inter personal communication. The volunteers are provided with an app called “ETC Connect’’ on their mobile devices where feedback is captured into a database. The app is designed by the Emergency Telecommunications Sector (ETS) for the World Food Progamme and piloted with BRAC.
This data was then analysed by Internews (BBC Media Action, Internews, and Translators Without Borders are working together in a consortium to collect and collate feedback from communities affected by the Rohingya crisis). The data was triangulated with data collected by Save the Children.