Project to Provide Primary Health Service, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion Support to the Displaced Rohingya Population

This project has been performing in order to build and maintain WASH infrastructure ensuring water and sanitation system, health awareness to ensure compliance with health practices and health services to ensure primary health care. The project has 15 staff (8 male and 7 female).

Area Reached Reached Families Budget of current Phase Donor Duration
Camp-15 in Ukhia upazila of Cox’s Bazar District 5,122 families Completed 4 phases, fifth phase is on progress.
BDT 48,746,057
Christian Aid Since 2017- Continued
  • In 2020, 27,708 people from 5400 families received primary health care (including medicine and hygiene top kit).
  • 1000 families received cash assistance.
  • 8 latrines, 11 tube wells and 4 water network systems were repaired and maintained under this project.
  • 3335 people participated 186 health awareness sessions.