Bangladesh

Provide food, nutrition and self-reliance assistance to crisis affected population

Bangladesh Sustainable Infrastructure
January 2024
June 2024

Bangladesh is a country in constant risk of extreme weather events and natural hazards as highlighted by the “Climate Vulnerability Index” (2023). The project will be implemented from 8 January to 30 June 2024 in 11 camps in Cox’s Bazar District.
The project will contribute at the restoration of natural resources base and the support of climate-resilient local food production. The intervention foresees the realization of 21 “sub-projects” aiming at strengthening community-based environmental protection.
Direct beneficiaries of the project are the volunteers participating in “Cash for Work” activities (2,030 individuals).

Current projects

Provide food, nutrition and self-reliance assistance to crisis affected population
Supporting Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar Camps Through the Provision of Site Management Support, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Community-based Protection, Drain Cleaning, and Information Management Services
Improving waste collection mechanisms and community awareness on waste management to foster sustainable sanitary conditions for Rohingya refugees in Cox’s Bazar Sadar refugees camps
Provinding Disaster Preparedeness Response to Rohingya refugees in Kutupalong-Balukhali, and Teknaf sub-district, Cox’s Bazar
Strengthening Protection, Health, and Resilience of Refugees and host communities in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
Improving hygiene conditions for women refugees in Cox Bazar