Bangladesh: 2020 Joint Response Plan for Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis (January-December)
Regional response plan | Rev: 3.5
World Vision / M. H. Al Muktadir / 2020
1Strengthen the protection of Rohingya refugee women, men, girls and boys. In close cooperation with the Government of Bangladesh and a¬ected populations, protect individuals and communities, and contribute to an enabling environment for the rights and well-being of Rohingya refugees, placing communities at the centre of the response.
2Deliver quality, life-saving assistance to populations in need. Maintain, improve and rationalise services and assistance to ensure equal access and improved quality of life for a¬ected populations in need of humanitarian assistance. In close cooperation with the Government of Bangladesh and a¬ected populations, enhance preparedness and contingency plans for disaster responses at the Upazila level.
3Foster the well-being of communities in Ukhiya and Teknaf Upazilas. In close cooperation with the Government of Bangladesh and a¬ected populations, and in the spirit of supporting the development of communities in Ukhiya and Teknaf, facilitate equitable access to quality services for communities; promote peaceful co-existence; strengthen public service infrastructure and delivery through system and capacity strengthening; support sustainable livelihoods; and rehabilitate the environment and eco-system. In close collaboration with the Government of Bangladesh and affected populations, and in the spirit of supporting the development of communities in Ukhiya and Teknaf, promote equitable access to quality services for communities; promote peaceful co-existence; strengthen public service infrastructure and delivery through system and capacity strengthening; support sustainable livelihoods; and rehabilitate the environment and eco-system.
4Work towards achieving sustainable solutions in Myanmar. Support Rohingya refugees to build the skills and capacities that would help with their sustainable return and reintegration in Myanmar when conditions become conducive, including in improving their access to education and skills development activities; ensure Rohingya refugee women, men, girls and boys have access to safe, transparent, and consultative communication mechanisms regarding solutions and the situation in Myanmar.
Humanitarian profile by cluster
|Sector||People in Need||People Targeted||% Targeted|
|CHILD PROTECTION||437,826||279,376||63.8% |
|COMMUNICATION WITH COMMUNITIES||1,018,763||910,060||89.3% |
|COMMUNICATION WITH COMMUNITIES COVID-19||Pending||Pending||N/A |
|COORDINATION COVID-19||Pending||Pending||N/A |
|EDUCATION COVID-19||Pending||Pending||N/A |
|EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS||Pending||Pending||N/A |
|EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS COVID-19||Pending||Pending||N/A |
|FOOD SECURITY||1,280,000||1,280,000||100.0% |
|FOOD SECURITY COVID-19||2,000,000||1,500,000||75.0% |
|GENDER BASED VIOLENCE||1,086,696||558,617||51.4% |
|HEALTH COVID-19||Pending||Pending||N/A |
|LOGISTICS COVID-19||Pending||Pending||N/A |
|SHELTER/NON-FOOD ITEMS||868,610||862,000||99.2% |
|SHELTER/NON-FOOD ITEMS COVID-19||Pending||Pending||N/A |
|SITE MANAGEMENT and SITE DEVELOPMENT||840,000||840,000||100.0% |
|SITE MANAGEMENT and SITE DEVELOPMENT COVID-19||Pending||Pending||N/A |
|WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE||1,284,000||1,124,587||87.6% |
|WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE COVID-19||Pending||Pending||N/A |