Center for Social Integrity
Center for Social Integrity is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering pluralism, diversity and inclusion through three program pillars: Humanitarian and Development, Peace and Conflict, and Research and Policy Advocacy. CSI was founded in 2016 with a focus on long-term peace building, as well as immediate protection and aid for communities affected by conflict. CSI program regions include northern and central Rakhine State, and through partner BASTOB, the Rohingya refugee camps of Cox's Bazar District, Bangladesh.
CSI partners with international NGOs, donors, researchers and other civil society organizations to work towards achieving our vision.
Humanitarian and Development
CSI supports communities to survive in the face of acute humanitarian needs, and build long-term resilience in the face of protracted and recurrent emergencies.
Peace and Conflict
CSI follows the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus approach and includes peace and conflict interventions into its work with target communities.
Research and Advocacy
In addition to its humanitarian and development work, CSI has a separate division focused on research and advocacy.
“CSI provided enough food for our family to survive, and we thank CSI for supporting our livelihoods. Now, my family can live safely without worrying for food.”
“The support from CSI is beneficial for my family’s livelihoods, health, and education. One of my daughter is studying at the non-formal education program from CSI.”
“Before we got support from CSI, I couldn’t pay money for my kids’ education. Now I can support their education with my income thanks to CSI.”
"Everything that CSI gave us from food distribution is very useful and cover central needs of our family."