CAID Supported Rohingya Project

Strengthening Humanitarian Preparedness & Response (SHPR) Project

This project is started in order to provide basic Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services focused on the provision of groundwater, safe and inclusive latrine and the distribution of hygiene materials to the host community and people with special needs”. It is a Christian Aid (CAID) led consortium project.

Duration No of Covered Components Implemented Places Target Population Donor
August 2019 – March 2021 5 (Wash, protection, health, nutrition and livelihood activities) 14, 15 and 18 under Ukhya Upazila of Cox’s Bazar 100250 Supported by DFID and managed by UNOPS.

Accomplishments

  • Rohingya Refugees and the host community, mostly women reached with cash assistance
  • Rohingya Refugees and people in host communities received livelihood support, such as access to functional, appropriately designed, and maintained latrines, bathing, hand washing, adequate and safe water
  • Rohingya Refugees and people were trained regarding soft skills, community leadership, decision making, basic rights, proper use of water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene kits
  • Community got aware regarding existing government social protection schemes, e.g. safety nets, food for work, cash for work tailoring both genders and different age groups.

Action Pictures

Rohingya community women involved in handicraft works

Community Mobilization Session of Community Based Protection Watch Group

Rohingya community women in a hands-on training session on handicraft products

WASH Committee Members Capacity Building Training Session

Rohingya community women and men attending hygienic food processing session at the camp

DFID Visitors are testing the foods just prepared by Rohingya trained women