|Reporting Organization:||ADRA Canada|
|Total Budget ($CAD):||$ 1,110,000|
|Timeframe:||April 2, 2019 - April 1, 2020|
Anita M. Odondi
|Bangladesh - $ 1,110,000.00 (100.00%)|
|Protection (50 %)|
|WASH (50 %)|
This project will build off the successful methodologies utilized (e.g. Care Groups and Men’s Watch Groups) and resources established (e.g. Child Friendly Spaces, Women and Girl Safe Spaces, and improved waste management) in the CEARR project to expand the support available for the growing population in Jamtoli camp under CEARR II, targeting existing and newly arrived refugees. The project will support the most vulnerable refugees including women and girls, children under-5, female and male youth, elderly and Persons with Special Needs (PSNs), as well as vulnerable women and girls from the host community.
|Gender and age:||Adult women Adolescent females Adolescent males Children, girls Children, boys Under-5 children Newborns Older adults, women Older adults, men|
|Descriptors:||Refugees Persons with disabilities|
|Total Direct Population:||72,486|
|Awareness sessions conducted|
|Care Groups established|
|Distribution of dignity kits|
|Gender, age, and culturally appropriate community-based Men’s Watch Groups, established|
|Project staff and volunteers trained on gender, SGBV, SRHR|
|Replenishment of hygiene kits|
The expected outcomes for this project include: (1) increased access to emergency shelters and critical non-food items; (2) increased awareness of critical, environment-friendly sanitation, hygiene and health practices; and (3) increased access to child-friendly and women and girls safe spaces. The expected ultimate outcome is reduced suffering, maintained human dignity and lives saved among conflict-affected Rohingya refugees, particularly the most vulnerable groups.
To reduce suffering, maintain human dignity and save the lives of conflict‐affected Rohingya refugees and the host community. The project’s target beneficiaries include 25,664 female refugees (12,434 women, 13,230 girls), 23,774 male refugees (10,101 men, 13,673 boys) and 10,942 females (5,799 women, 5,143 girls) 12,106 males (5,690 men, 6,416 boys) from the host community.