Bangladesh: Rohingya Refugee Crisis Joint Response Plan 2021

Regional response plan | Rev: 0.6
People in need
484.7k
People targeted
415.6k
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Sector Objectives

  • 1

    All girls and boys under five, adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women have access to high-quality life-saving, gender-sensitive and inclusive, integrated nutrition services through the rationalised nutrition facilities in the camps and government healthcare and nutrition institutions.
  • 2

    All boys and girls, pregnant and lactating women uninterruptedly accessing and utilizing the variety of preventive nutrition services, benefiting from practising optimal maternal and child feeding recommendations, improved dietary diversity and meal frequencies through nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive community nutrition interventions, including in emergency outbreaks.
  • 3

    All implementing partners have enhanced capacities in understanding and applying localization dimensions, optimized staffing for running the gender-sensitive, transparent, accessible and quality evidence-based, inclusive and integrated nutrition services in the Rohingya and host communities.

Indicator overview

All girls and boys under five, adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women have access to high-quality life-saving, gender-sensitive and inclusive, integrated nutrition services through the rationalised nutrition facilities in the camps and government healthcare and nutrition institutions.

IndicatorUnitTarget
IN1: Number of SAM and MAM children under five, MAM pregnant and lactating women fully utilise life-saving nutrition treatment services in the camps and host communities.Individuals73,600
IN2: Percentage of nutrition staffs provide high-quality gender-sensitive, cross-sectoral, inclusive and integrated nutrition services in the camps and host communities. (Target: >75%)Percentage1