Transitional Shelter Assistance
There are more than 860,000 displaced Rohingya living in camps that are located in an area of southern Bangladesh that is particularly prone to damage from floods, cyclones and landslides. The inhabitants of these camps, especially children, mothers and other vulnerable groups, are in dire need of adequate and appropriate shelter. While there are positive reports of improvements in the past three years, the camps have ongoing need of shelter upgrades given the temporary nature of the houses which deteriorate every year due to heavy rains and winds during the monsoon season. This project will provide transitional shelter assistant with a particular focus on the environmental impact. In addition, this project provides support to households with special shelter needs as well as extremely vulnerable individuals and diversified people.
- Disaster Prevention and Preparedness
- Shelter and Housing