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In the first half of 2019, UNICEF and its partners have: o Admitted 8,598 Rohingya children to 35 outpatient therapeutic programmes for the treatment of severe acute malnutrition; o Fully immunized 56,494 infants in camps and host communities, protecting them against measles, diphtheria and other diseases; o Reached 250,000 Rohingya refugees with safe water. Fourteen piped water networks have been completed, meaning 84,500 or one-third of the refugees in the UNICEF’s area of responsibility are accessing water chlorinated during distribution; o Provided psychosocial support for 58,427 children to contribute to the mental, social and emotional well-being; o Ensured access to learning for 192,063 (49 per cent girls) Rohingya children aged 4 to 14 years in 2,167 learning centres.

Bangladesh,  rohingya refugee crisis,  Situation Report,