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ROHYINGA REFUGEE PROGRAM
Extreme violence in Myanmar has forced Rohingya families to flee the state. Homes and fields have been set on fire, family members have been killed and the intensity continues. More than 1000,000 Rohingya people have fled their homes and have poured into Bangladesh over the last 4 months to escape persecution. The influx of refugees is expected to continue and the small region of Bangladesh does not have the capacity to support them. Families are in urgent need of life-saving food assistance, water, sanitation, shelter, health and education support.
In this undertaking, Mukti try to base on its strong existing programme in host communities with new Rohyinga Refugee and deliberation on Gender based violence, Women Protection, Food distribution, Child Education & Protection program in makeshift settlements. Mukti will aim at universal coverage of vulnerable women, adolescent, children in needs in all areas in makeshift settlements, new spontaneous settlements and host communities. It will expand its Community Mobilisation including through all people engagement and Health Programme in host communities and makeshift settlements, in particular in Kutupalong and the Balukhali extension, as well as the new spontaneous sites in host communities where other actors are work at present before ensure of donation. All of strategies outlined below take into consideration the importance of the humanitarian-development action from 25th August to till now (depend on donor expansion). Mukti also work to strengthen government systems and process to benefit the affected population; including host communities.
The Settlement of Rohingya Refugee & All of the area touched Mukti.
Response from the Government of Bangladesh, in partnership with the humanitarian community, has been swift and significant, but it is far from sufficient: enormous gaps remain. The scale of the influx now exceeds the response planning estimates: the plan included contingency for 91,000 more people in early October, when 509,000 people had already crossed: since then, 111,000 more people have fled Rakhine State. With the influx continuing every day, the situation remains critical, and the massive loss of life through disease outbreak is imminent. In this regard, the first phase of life-saving emergency response for refugee is still ongoing, with UN sectors now focused on achieving coverage and improving quality.
Mukti taken underpin strategic planning and implemtation program for Rohiynga refugee emergency basis as a local actor of Cox’s Bazar from 25th August to till now. Mukti will also take strategic planning in 2018, based on assessments and needs analysis and also fund ensure from donor sight ongoing program and find out new program. Now organization focuses on ensuring survival and creating hope for Rohingya refugees. There are six immediate operational priority areas of Mukti:
- Food distribution
- Health Services
- Gender base Violence sub sector
- Site Management
- Disaster Risk Reduction
Total list of Donor (in emergency period)
Mukti provided life-saving food, reproductive health promotion, health and hygienic information, physiological consultation with women & adolescent girl and also education to Rohingya families who have run away to Bangladesh in this time to ensure and in secured of Donor Fund. So, our organization maintains all procedure of donor purpose and relation buildup with donor, in emergency period. Now, Mukti reached partnership with International Donors and International NGOS and UN Agencies. These are:
- Children on the Edge
- Action against Hunger (ACF).
PROGRAM & ACTIVITIES
Ongoing Program List:
- Food Suuport to Rohingya community, funded by WFP
- Health Outreach Programme in Ukhiya, funded by IOM
- ERURF-Project, funded by Children on the Edge
- Gender Based Violence in Emergency (GBViE) funded by UNFPA
- Non formal basic education project for UMN children, funded by UNICEF
- Early Recovery Response for Cyclone MORA Affected Community in Cox’s Bazar District, funded by DFID
- Humanitarian Assistance to the Refugee Population in Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh, supported by ACF, Funded by DFID
- Emergency Response for New Arrivals of Rohingya Refugees from Rakhine State (Myanmar) and Affected Host Community in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh Supported by: Action Against Hunger, Funded by: UKAID & Sida