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Bangladesh - Additional Financing to the Second Reaching Out-of-School Children Project : Learning Opportunities for Displaced Rohingya Children (Inglês)

Since August 2017, more than 745,000 Rohingya fled violence in Myanmar and took shelter in the Teknaf and Ukhia Upazila of Cox’s Bazar district, according to UN estimates. More than half of them are women and are children. They join around 300,000 people displaced from Myanmar in previous years. This has placed an immense strain on an already resource-constrained service delivery system. The Government of Bangladesh continues to deliver humanitarian aid directly and through UN agencies and local or international non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Cox’s Bazar is one of the poorest and among the lowest performing districts in the country in terms of education indicators. Recent influx has further exacerbated the education uptake. The World Bank is helping Bangladesh provide informal education and psycho-social support to Rohingya children through an additional financing to the second reaching out-of-school children project on grant terms. The grant will support the response to the immediate education needs of the Rohingya children and adolescents while helping to strengthen the service delivery system of GoB in Cox’s Bazar. Implementation of this of the additional financing is planned for a period of two years till December 2020.




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