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ln response to the emerging humanitarian needs due to the Rohingya Refugee influx in Bangladesh, BRAC has taken interventions on the Humanitarian Crisis Management Program (HCMP) with the Government of Bangladesh and other partners in Ukhia and Teknaf Upazilas of Cox’s Bazar district. Through this program BRAC has reached 8,60,697 Rohingyas in 34 camps and 76,223 people from the host communities of Ukhia and Teknaf ensuring that both the host and Rohingya communities are able to live with dignity and security, until-acceptable repatriation opportunities become available. This program covers 9 thematic areas including Food security and basic needs, Health & Nutrition, WASH, Education, Agriculture and environmental restoration with livelihood opportunities, Protection with special emphasis on child protection, Shelter and Non-Food items, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Site Management and achieved remarkable progress in meeting the massive humanitarian crisis. ln contemplation of strengthening the humanitarian response program as well as to develop reformatory strategies for future long-term action, BRAC has decided to review the program with an initial plan of reviewing the four large sectors of HCMP including Health and Nutrition, WASH, Education and Protection from 2019 to 2020. dRi has been awarded by BRAC to conduct the program review. ln this review primary data were collected from program beneficiaries and stakeholders and a mix method approach were followed for primary data collection. Overall, 1600 Surveys, 6 KIIs, 17 FGDs, 6 Observation studies were conducted to review the program.

Serial No: 196

Theme: Migration and Human Rights

Research Method: Mixed method

Partner: BRAC

Starting Year: 2021

Study Area: Cox's Bazar