Bangladesh: Rohingya Refugee Crisis Joint Response Plan 2021

Regional response plan | Rev: 0.6
People in need
1.4m
People targeted
1.4m
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Sector Objectives

  • 1

    Improve equitable access to and utilization of quality lifesaving and comprehensive primary and secondary health services for all crisis-affected populations with special focus on emergency care, sexual, reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child and adolescent health; mental health and psychosocial support; physical rehabilitation and non-communicable diseases (NCD).
  • 2

    Ensure infection prevention and control measures and timely response to all communicable diseases with outbreak potential, including COVID-19, and preparation for and response to other health emergencies including monsoon and cyclone.
  • 3

    Encourage healthy living and improve health seeking behavior and utilization of essential service package among refugees and host populations by countering misinformation and supporting community engagement, with special attention to gender and age considerations and vulnerable groups.
  • 4

    Ensure robust Health Sector coordination, partner collaboration, information management and monitoring, and technical leadership with the aim of achieving rational, standardized and accountable health service delivery.

Indicator overview

Encourage healthy living and improve health seeking behavior and utilization of essential service package among refugees and host populations by countering misinformation and supporting community engagement, with special attention to gender and age considerations and vulnerable groups.

IndicatorUnitTarget
IN1: Percentage of Community Health Workers/volunteers trained on at least 5 core training packages.Percentage1
IN2: Percentage of women who had at least 4 ANC visits by the time of delivery.Percentage1
IN3: Percentage of households visited every two weeks by community health workers.Percentage1
IN4: Number of participants attending community psychosocial group activities, per year.Participants230,000