Improved WASH Services for the Rohingya Refugees and Host Communities in Cox’s Bazar

 

Funded by: UNICEF

Duration: January 2018- January 2019

 

Objective:

-    The refugee community and host community population in the designated zones have access to, and use, appropriate WASH facilities as per sector standards, which facilitate the practice of key WASH behaviours.

 

Overall Expected Result:

By the end of the project, the refugee and host community population in the designated zones have access to, and use, appropriate WASH facilities, as per the sector standards, which facilitates the practice of key WASH behaviours

Project Areas: Kutupalang extension camps with adjacent host communities

Major Interventions:

  • Sanitation Services
  • Water Supply Facilities
  • Fecal Sludge Management Services
  • Solid Waste Management Services
  • Mass Awareness through Promotional Activities
  • Capacity Development
  • Support to existing Sani-marts, LCs and CFS
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