Winterization 2021-2022 (Food and NFI Support for the Rohingya and Host Population in Bangladesh)


Reporting Organization:International Development and Relief Foundation (IDRF)
Total Budget ($CAD):$ 152,000
Timeframe: December 1, 2021 - March 30, 2022
Status: Completion
Contact Information: Sumaiya Jahan
[email protected]

Partner & Funder Profiles


Reporting Organization


International Development and Relief Foundation (IDRF)

Participating Organizations


  • NGOs

    • Global Unnayan Seba Sangstha (GUSS)

Funders (Total Budget Contribution)


  • NGOs

    • International Development and Relief Foundation (IDRF) (100.00%)
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Location


Country - Total Budget Allocation


Bangladesh - $ 152,000.00 (100.00%)

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Areas of Focus


Health - Total Budget Allocation


Nutrition (33.33 %)

Other - Total Budget Allocation


Food Security & Agriculture (33.33 %)

Humanitarian Response (33.33 %)

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Description


The Rohingya refugee context in Bangladesh is a serious humanitarian crisis where the affected populations are receiving limited international aid, classifying as a protracted crisis where the provision of humanitarian assistance remains challenging. It is estimated that over 655,000 Rohingya refugees already live in Bangladesh before this influx that took place at the end of August 2017. Presently there is more than 1.2 million Rohingya population besides the local community in Ukhiya and Teknaf Upazila in Cox’s Bazar. The vulnerability of the Rohingya refugee population is assessed to be very high because of the lack of legal protection, relying essentially on community networks and international institutions. The local communities of the Cox’s Bazar district are themselves already extremely vulnerable as the district is one of the worst performing districts in Bangladesh with poverty above 50% and even worsened in certain sub-districts like Ukhiya and Teknaf. The low performance of Cox’s Bazar is related to its geographical isolation, natural disaster-prone area, scarce employment opportunities and limited access to basic services WASH, Food security, health, protection and education.

The Cox’s Bazar Rohingya camp is now very densely populated considering small space. Considering this challenge, the Government of Bangladesh built permanent shelters for them in Bhasan Char. The Char is an island under the district of Noakhali developed for relocating nearly 100,000 of over a million persecuted people from Rakhine sheltered in congested camps in Cox’s Bazar. The construction work was started in 2018 and around 21,000 people were shifted to Bhasan char so far. The population living in the Island faces multiple challenges in terms of nutritional foods, education, livelihood opportunities as well protection issues especially during this winter.

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Target Population


Gender and age: Adult women Adult men Adolescent females Adolescent males Children, girls Children, boys
Descriptors: Refugees
Total Direct Population: 5,150
Total Indirect Population: 25,750
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Outputs


1 Food distributed to Rohingya Populations
1 Distributed household clothes
1 Distributed blankets to the Rohingya and host population
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Results & Indicators


Expected Results


Improvement of the dietary intake and protection of Rohingya and host population by providing food and NFIs

Achieved Results


Indicators


SDG Goal 1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere
  • SDG 1.4.1 Proportion of population living in households with access to basic services
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