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 “মিডওয়াইগণ জীবণ রক্ষা করে উন্নতমানের সেবা প্রদানের মাধ্যমে য গুণগতমান, ন্যয়্যতা ও দক্ষতার উপর প্রতিষ্ঠিত” এ বিষয়ে অসা টর্কেলসন, ইউএনএফপিএ বাংলাদেশ প্রতিনিধি, হোপ ফাউন্ডেশন মিডওয়াইফারি কনফারেন্স ২০১৯ এ প্রায় ৫০০ মিডওয়াইফ এবং অন্যান্য  স্টেকহোল্ডারদের উপস্থিতিতে বক্তব্য প্রদান করেন। 

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Since August 2017, more than 745,000 Rohingya refugees have fled into Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh after decades of systematic discrimination, statelessness and targeted violence in Rakhine State, Myanmar.
● Around 1,242,400 people are in need and targeted. Of those, 55% are children (0 - 17 years) and 41% are adults (18 - 59 years) with 4% elderly people (>59 years)1​ ​. Most refugees are ​women and girls (52%) with 29,818 pregnant women (2.4%) and 304,388 women and girls of reproductive age (24%).
● A severe dengue outbreak in Dhaka is happening at this time. As of 31s​ t July, there are 17 confirmed cases from Cox’s Bazar district; however, several of these were likely acquired in Dhaka. One death from Sadar hospital was reported but also most likely acquired their illness in Dhaka. The Community Health Working Group (CHWG) is providing advice to the community on dengue signs, symptoms and cleanliness.

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The main purpose of this study was to obtain accurate estimates of the number of Pregnancy-Related Deaths (PRD) and documenting the cause  and associated conditions among all women of reproductive age (WRA) who died within the first year after the influx of the Rohingya Population, (September 2017 – August 2018) in Cox's Bazar Bangladesh. This study also aimed to establish a foundation of the surveillance system that will lead to adequate and effective responses. 

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The report has been published since 1978. It is used to give wider visibility to critical and emerging issues and trends in world population and demographics.

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In 2018, UNFPA Bangladesh and our partners supported the Government of Bangladesh in delivering on our ambitious agenda, working tirelessly to reach the most vulnerable women and girls in the country with a view to transforming their lives and future.

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This bimonthly situation report focuses on the recent developments in the Rohingya crisis.

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This month attention was focused on the Rohingya crisis as the Governments of Myanmar and Bangladesh agreed on a repatriation plan. While the repatriation of around 2,200 listed Rohingya people did not proceed, the fear it caused may have impacted on services in the two camps where the Government took action. Measures are now in place to ensure refugees have access to information they need on their rights.

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The rains returned heavily after 23 July with more than 463mm of accumlated rain, nearly the highest ever recorded in June in 1 day. UNFPA supported facilities, both for SRHR and GBV were operational throughout the adverse weather despite the inevitable challenges associated with rain damage, road conditions and mobility.

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10 months into the response over 700,000 people remain settled into the main Rohingya settlements.     

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Nine months have passed since the crisis began 25 August 2017, where over 693,000 Rohingya refugees have arrived in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh from Myanmar.  52 percent of the new-arrivals are women and girls.  We reiterate that their vulnerability in overcrowded, insecure camps and settlements will be amplified as heavy rains and possible cyclones approach in coming months.

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