Primary Health-Care center for the Rohingya community

At the end of the bygone period, 26,576 service recipients availed themselves of services at the health centers. Here, two doctors treat patients six days a week. Necessary medicines are provided daily. Among the recipients of medical services were 12,066 women, 8,012 men, and 3,788 children under the age of five.

Health and Reproductive Health-Care

A total of four projects have been implemented. These have been implemented in Netrokona, Sunamganj, and Cox’s Bazar districts. Further, a primary health-care project is being implemented in Netrokona’s Durgapur under the PKSF supported “Samriddhi Project.” During the by-gone period, DSK has implemented projects to integrate primary health care, sexual and reproductive health care, community clinics, and maternity homes. The total target population was 300,078. These projects have been funded by Rutgers, the Embassy of the Netherlands (EKN), World Vision Bangladesh, and Christian Aid. Efforts to ensure youth-friendly integrated sexual and reproductive health care and information rights through sexual and reproductive health education, health-care, and comprehensive sexual education was pursued. Through the project, awareness of adolescents about sexual and reproductive health and rights, prevention of child marriage, safe attended delivery, reduction of pregnancy risk, etc. was achieved. Under the SRHR project, work has been implemented at fifty-one schools, seven madrasas and forty villages in Durgapur (Netrokona) and Madhyonagar (Sunamganj). The reproductive health-care project implemented in Netrokona and Sunamganj was completed in December 2020. On the other hand, health-care
projects, such as Samriddhi in Durgapur and PHC center at camp 15 Jamtoli, Cox’s Bazar are running.