More than 625,000 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar has crossed Bangladesh border since late August 2017. They were forced to leave their ancestral villages because of killing, ethnic cleansing, atrocities, ablaze of their home and villages and rape of their women in Aracan province of Myanmar. DSK has started a WASH project having support from Unicef since September 27, 2017. Through this project it was possible to install 100 shallow tubewells, 600 toilets and 300 bathroom spaces for Rohingya women refugees. Also established 7 water tanks having 29000 liter capacity for water tracking in Unchiprang. DSK project sites are located at Unchiprang (covering 10,000 populations) of Whykong union under Teknaf upazila and Moinerghona (20,000 populations in Makeshift camp) of Palongkhali union under Ukhiya upazila in Cox’s Bazar district.
On June 19, 2016, Dr. Md. Jashim Uddin, Deputy Managing Director (Admin), PKSF, handed over the cheque of PFSF grant to Dr. Masudul Quader PhD, CEO, Dushtha Shasthya Kendra (DSK). PKSF granted BDT 60 lac to seven different organizations as part of its socio-economic and Human-Capacity Development Programme. Dushtha Shasthya Kendra (DSK) is one of them. Socio-economic and Human-Capacity Development programme, is a new initiative of PKSF. Under the programme, PKSF aims to donate 0.01 percent of its yearly budget to different development organizations. This grant of 1.5 million taka will support Nayan Jogi Asrom and Orphanage at Chandigar in Durgapur of Netrakona district.