Emergency Response for Availability and Accessibility of Quality MR, PAC Services for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh.
Background of the Project:
BAPSA and Ipas Bangladesh have been working together with the Rohingya-Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals (FDMN) since October 2017 at Teknaf and UkhyaUpazilaunder Cox’s Bazar district. BAPSA providesFP, MR, and PAC services by MLPs and Doctors. Simultaneously raising community awareness through health education, courtyard meetings, and in-person counseling by Mid-Level Providers(MLP) and field staff. BCC activities with Imam Majhi at the FDMN community at the camps are running smoothly. Messages on Family Planning and other health services are disseminated.
Build capacity on short and long-acting family planning methods for mid-level providers and doctors.
Provide onsite support on FP, MR, and PAC services through mentoring to own staff and other UNFPA-supported implementing partners.
Improve knowledge and skill of UNFPA-supported organizations, community health workers (CHW), community volunteers, and religious and local leaders among the FDMN community.
Support community health workers, and volunteers for their capacity development and monitoring community awareness activities on family planning.