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Monsoon Emergency Response Update - Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh (8- 14 August 2018)

Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG), (2018)


During the reporting period no significant rainfall was recorded in Cox’s Bazar: this past week brought 29 mm of rain in comparison to 115.25 mm for the previous week. As expected, far fewer weather hazard incidents were recorded in the Rohingya camps: 69 individuals (16 HH) were affected by landslide and wind-storm incidents, versus 660 individuals (155 HH) affected the previous week by fire, flood, water-logging, landslide and wind-storm incidents. Taking advantage of the dry weather, relocation of families at high risk of landslide and flood continues; during the last two weeks a total of 963 individuals (236 HH) were relocated to Camp 4 Extension and Camp 20 Extension. Dry weather also allowed for increased risk mitigation activities.
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Gender in Humanitarian Action Brief No. 5. Rohingya Refugee Crisis Response - Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh (July 2018)

Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG), (2018)


UNHCR and its partners implement interventions focusing on adolescent girls and boys, including:
▪ Formation and capacity building of adolescent girls and boys’ clubs as peer groups for awareness raising, and SGBV prevention and response mechanisms.
▪ Community based protection activities and training on child protection
▪ Provision of secondary education for secondary school-aged youth and recruitment of female teachers to encourage adolescent girls to continue education
▪ Introduction of community sharing/ parenting sessions and increasing the number of women support networks
▪ Establishing girls’ friendly spaces, which includes information sharing and psycho-social support
▪ Awareness raising campaigns with all members of the community, including community leaders
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IOM Bangladesh: Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis Response - External Update, 3-9 August 2018

International Organization for Migration (IOM), (2018)


09 August 2018
706,000 New Rohingya Arrivals since 25 August 2017 to Cox’s Bazar
919,000 Total Rohingya Population in Cox’s Bazar
1.3 Million People in Need in Cox’s Bazar
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IOM Bangladesh: Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis Response - External Update, 27 July - 2 August 2018

International Organization for Migration (IOM), (2018)


706,000 New Rohingya Arrivals since 25 August 2017 to Cox’s Bazar
919,000 Total Rohingya Population in Cox’s Bazar
1.3 Million People in Need in Cox’s Bazar
- The last radio distribution training for IOM staff and volunteers took place this week. Overall, 75 people were trained in the past two weeks for the upcoming distribution of 60,000 hand cranked and solar powered radios.
- Over 500 people took part in the celebration of the World Day against Human Trafficking. In coordination with the Deputy Commissioner of Cox’s Bazar, IOM marked the day with several invitees from the Government of Bangladesh, military and law enforcement agencies.
- A total of 4,958 Cash for Work (CfW) labors have been engaged for Site Development, maintenance, repair and improvement works in the camps.
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Myanmar Humanitarian News Digest July 2018

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), (2018)


The Humanitarian News Digest is a monthly compilation of links to reports, web stories, press releases, and other public products published online by organizations with humanitarian operations in Myanmar.
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Situation Report Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Cox's Bazar 2 August 2018

Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG), (2018)


(covering 20th July - 01st August )
Over 12,600 persons have been verified through the Government of Bangladesh and UNHCR joint verification exercise, as of 31 July. Shelter upgrades and refugee relocations continue in the camps. Heavy rains raise risks of water- and vector-borne diseases, and trainings were conducted to build further emergency faecal sludge management capacity. Space for emergency evacuations and sustainable relocations remain topline needs, and funding gaps continue to limit capacity.
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Rohingya Refugee Response Gender Analysis: Recognizing and responding to gender inequalities

Toma, Iulia; Chowdhury, Mita; Laiju, Mushfika; Gora, Nina; Padamada, Nicola, Eds.: Oxfam, Action Against Hunger, Save the Children, (2018)


This gender analysis was conducted to understand the different risks and vulnerabilities but also opportunities and skills for Rohingya and host community women, men, boys and girls. Data collection was conducted over three weeks from 8 April to 29 April 2018. The work aimed to identify the different needs, concerns, risks and vulnerabilities of women, girls, boys and men in both Rohingya refugee communities and host communities in the Cox’s Bazar district of Bangladesh. The analysis shows various gaps in the humanitarian response for both communities, especially in terms of accountability, communication with affected communities and disaster preparedness, but also in equitable access to services, in particular for women and girls, and especially for the Rohingya community. The key findings are presented below, along with recommendations for action.
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Still at risk: Restrictions endanger Rohingya women and girls in Bangladesh

Vigaud-Walsh, Francisca, Eds.: Refugees International (RI), (2018)


In April 2018, Refugees International (RI) conducted a mission to Bangladesh, to research the GBV (gender-based violence) response for Rohingya women and girls. RI found that the entire humanitarian system is struggling under tremendous constraints in Bangladesh, and protection and health actors do deliver lifesaving services to survivors in an incredibly challenging environment. This report, however, focuses on key gaps and challenges in GBV programming, as communicated by practitioners deployed to Bangladesh at various stages of the emergency, by local organizations, and by the affected women and girls themselves.
In the analyses and recommendations provided in this report, RI draws in part from the framework of the international initiative to safeguard women and girls in emergencies — the Call to Action on Protection from Gender-Based Violence in Emergencies — and urges the donors and humanitarian organizations that are Call to Action partners to implement it more effectively and with urgency during this emergency.
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