Critical Emergency Assistance to Rohingya Refugees (CEARR-1)

 

 

Location: Ukhia, Palangkhali, Cox's Bazar

Donor: ADRA Canada

Direct Beneficiaries: 32693

Total Beneficiaries: 32693

Project Duration: 01/04/2018 - 30/09/2018

Total Budget: 46,171,943.00

NGO Bureau Approval Date: 08/04/2018

NGO Bureau  Approval Reference No. : 03.09.2666.657.69.58.2018-157

 

Project Duration: 01/10/2018 - 30/03/2019

Total Budget: 7,167,837.00

NGO Bureau Approval Date: 18/10/2018

NGO Bureau  Approval Reference No. : 03.09.2666.657.657.69.145.18-563

 

 

Project Goal:

 

Reduced suffering, maintained human dignity and lives saved among conflict‐affected Rohingya refugees, particularly women and girls with children under‐5, girls and boys, elderly and persons with special needs (PSNs) in Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh.

 

 

Key Activities:

 

  • Conduct baseline survey

  • Prepare detailed Implementation Planning; establish the monitoring system

  • Recruit, hire and orient staff

  • Evaluate as required: baseline, midline review, end of the project.

  • Undertake gender-sensitive consultations in settlements regarding shelter and NFI needs

  • Facilitate community‐organized assistance for vulnerable HH

  • Orient blocks of HH to shelter design and date of delivery and sharing of materials and tools.

  • Organize and distribute materials and provide oversight to HH and volunteers.

  • Undertake gender-sensitive consultations in settlements re-located shelters on the need for site improvement work like earthen link road, proper drainage, pathways etc.

  • Consultation with the organization responsible for site improvement & the CiC on the work to be undertaken

  • Conduct a survey, identify the suitable site and engage refugees from the work site to implement the site improvement work through Cash for Work

  • Conduct the post‐construction survey to get feedback for future work.

  • Community consultations with women & men; engagement of men, especially influencers

  • Selection of CGV by women in blocks of 15 shelters; training of CGV

  • Weekly meetings between CGV with women in their assigned HHs to share key hygiene promotion messages

  • Reproduction and use of IEC materials

  • Establish physical CFSs.

  • Work with Child Protection Sub‐Sector to identify geographical needs using 4W

  • Develop, operationalize and monitor plans

  • Recruit volunteers.

  • Train CFS staff and volunteers

  • Provide follow‐up supervision on on‐the‐job mentoring and training

  • Provide specialized and/or referral services

  • Adapt participatory M&E tools, and conduct studies/monitoring/evaluation

  • Agree on feedback mechanism with community & share feedback accordingly

  • Work with GBV Sub‐Sector to identify geographical needs using 4W

  • Adapt participatory M&E tools, and conduct studies/monitoring/evaluation

  • Facilitate the formation of Men’s Watch Groups

  • Train and raise awareness on GE benefits, women’s rights, SGBV prevention, and protection; supervise & support

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