Bangladesh: Rohingya Refugee Crisis Joint Response Plan 2021

Regional response plan | Rev: 0.6
People in need
0.8m
People targeted
0.8m
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Sector Objectives

  • 1

    Monitor and advocate for access to territory, prevention of refoulement, respect for Rohingya refugee rights, while enhancing continuous registration and documentation for all Rohingya refugee women, men, girls and boys, in order to ensure effective, targeted protection and assistance and work toward sustainable solutions.
  • 2

    Promote a community-based approach to the response, support community self-protection mechanisms and facilitate meaningful access to specialized services for persons at heightened protection risk, including girls, boys, women and men of all ages, who have diverse needs and vulnerabilities, with the aim of mitigating exposure to protection risks, strengthening the resilience of affected communities in order to build skills for return and reintegration, and placing communities at the centre of the response, as well as by ensuring active and meaningful two-way communication between humanitarian actors and communities of concern, in line with Accountability to Affected Populations (AAP) principles.
  • 3

    Support system strengthening together with Government and local partners, including local women-led rights organizations and disabled persons organizations promoting peaceful coexistence within and between the Rohingya refugee and host communities.
  • 4

    Ensure that boys and girls, including adolescents, facing life-threatening risks of abuse, neglect, violence, exploitation, and severe distress have access to well-coordinated and gender-responsive quality child/youth protection services.
  • 5

    Improve access to quality survivor-centered services by responding to individual needs, preventing and mitigating GBV risks, and supporting women, girls, boys and men survivors of GBV in Rohingya refugee camps and targeted areas in host communities.
  • 6

    Promote an integrated and multi-sectoral Protection, Age, Gender and Diversity approach.

Indicator overview

Improve access to quality survivor-centered services by responding to individual needs, preventing and mitigating GBV risks, and supporting women, girls, boys and men survivors of GBV in Rohingya refugee camps and targeted areas in host communities.

IndicatorUnitIn needTargetTargeted (%)
IN1: Number of community activists (women, adolescent girls, adolescent boys and men) trained and engaged in GBV prevention strategies using tested social change approaches in the camps and targeted host community.Individuals22,500Pending0.0%
 
IN2: Number of individuals benefitting from structured PSS services that meet minimum standards (by age, sex, diversity), in the camps and targeted host community.Individuals140,000Pending0.0%
 
IN3: Number of sectors that have GBV risk mitigation actions included in their sector plans and activity implementation in line with the IASC GBV Guidelines.Sectors7Pending0.0%
 
IN4: Number of women and girls benefiting from skills development and empowerment programming (by age, diversity) in the camps and targeted host community.Individuals125,000Pending0.0%
 
IN5: Percentage of camps/sites (34 camps /11 unions) where there is functional GBV referral system with effective field level coordination mechanism of multi-sectoral GBV response services.Percentage1Pending0.0%
 
IN6: Percentage of reported sexual violence cases that were referred and received medical care within 72 hours.Cases1Pending0.0%
 
IN7: Percentage of trained GBV service providers and other humanitarian staff who achieved at least 60% post-test score after attending trainings in case management, GBVIMS, CMR and GBV IASC Guidelines, in the camps and targeted host community.Staff1Pending0.0%