Faith in the time of Corona

Evidence for Development

20-09-2022 • 38 minutos

When covid began to sweep across the globe in March and April 2020, Christian Aid needed to respond. A central pillar in the immediate humanitarian response was a focus on working with local and national faith actors, including faith-based organisations and faith leaders.  In this episode we will find out more about Christian Aid funded research which aimed to understand the role of faith leaders working with communities as agents of change in Cox’s Bazaar Bangladesh, the world’s largest refugee camp. We will talk to Sneha Krishnan and Andrew Powell from Environment Technology and Community Health (ETCH), a consultancy firm based in India. They are consultants who carried out research for Christian Aid Bangladesh to understand the role of Faith-Based Leaders in Christian Aid's COVID-19 Response Programme with the Rohingya Refugee and host communities in Cox’s Bazar. Some of the questions we discuss include how the Rohingya community viewed the faith leaders and their role in the pandemic? Did their messages help to reduce the impact of Covid-19 on the community? And what broader lessons can we learn from the research?  Podcast hosts: Suzanne Fisher-Murray and Anupama Ranawana Interviewees Sneha Krishnan and Andrew Powell from Environment Technology and Community Health (ETCH) Want to know more?  Keeping the faith: the role of faith leaders in the Ebola response July 2015. The joint report by Christian Aid, CAFOD, tearfund and Islamic Relief was written by Andy Featherstone. The Rohingya in Cox’s Bazar, Journal of health and human response 2018 Dec; 20(2): 105–122.  This article in the Journal of Health and Human rights provides background information on the human rights violations experienced by the Rohingya.  This podcast is an 18Sixty Production for Christian Aid. Exec Producer & host: Suzanne Fisher-Murray. Producers: Gareth Evans and Chris Attaway. Music by Rowan Bishop. The singing incorporated into the music bed was recorded by Suzanne Fisher-Murray during a trip to a camp for Displaced People in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo in 2004.

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