Bangladesh: Rohingya Refugee Crisis Joint Response Plan 2021

Regional response plan | Rev: 0.6
People in need
0.9m
People targeted
0.9m
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Sector Objectives

  • 1

    Support Camp Administration (Government of Bangladesh Camp-In-Charge Officials and their teams) through the Capacity Sharing Initiative and by establishing and running camp management and emergency preparedness and response programs aligned with global standards to ensure coordinated, equitable, and safe access to standardized and monitored humanitarian assistance and protection services for Rohingya refugees including women, girls, and people with specific needs.
  • 2

    Enable safe and dignified living conditions through rationalized and participatory site planning and through environmentally conscious and sustainable construction and site maintenance initiatives.
  • 3

    Promote meaningful community representation and accountability to Rohingya refugees through feedback and referral mechanisms, representation committees, community dialogue with the host community to promote peaceful coexistence, and specific forums for Rohingya women, girls, men, boys, and people with specific needs.

Indicator overview

Support Camp Administration (Government of Bangladesh Camp-In-Charge Officials and their teams) through the Capacity Sharing Initiative and by establishing and running camp management and emergency preparedness and response programs aligned with global standards to ensure coordinated, equitable, and safe access to standardized and monitored humanitarian assistance and protection services for Rohingya refugees including women, girls, and people with specific needs.

IndicatorUnitTarget
IN1: Percentage of refugees living in camps where SMS supports harmonized monthly facility and service monitoring.People898,407
IN2: Percentage of refugees living in camps where a multi-hazard emergency preparedness and response plan has been updated and tested.People898,407
IN3: Percentage of SMSD staff and volunteers who have been trained on gender, protection and PSEA standards and practices.Percentage1