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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the year 2020 was undoubtedly one of the most difficult ones we have ever faced, globally. Despite the challenges, we adapted to the changing circumstances and continued to ensure we reached the people we serve, across Bangladesh.

The stories in this booklet celebrate the resilience of the people of Bangladesh, as well as the tireless efforts of our staff, partners, and donors, in continuing to serve those most in need, despite the pandemic and compounding humanitarian crises. We hope that reading these stories will be an uplifting experience for you and give you the sense that even amidst extreme hardship, we stand in solidarity and uphold equality, towards a brighter future for all.

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of March 2021. 

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In response to the tragic fires that broke out in the Rohingya camps, we continue to assess the situation and are working closely with our partners & volunteers on the ground to ensure the health & safety of women and girls, including pregnant mothers. UNFPA has been providing 24/7 Sexual and reproductive health rights services, including family planning and midwifery services in all primary health care services, with stand-by ambulances for referrals.

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While COVID-19 undoubtedly made 2020 a challenging year for UNFPA, it did not stop us from providing critical support to people around Bangladesh in their time of need. In this document, you may take a look at the highlights of our work during the pandemic in 2020.

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of February 2021. 

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of January 2021. 

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This Situation Report highlights UNFPA's Reponse to the Humanitarian Situation in Cox's Bazar during the period of October to December 2020.

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On 4 July 2020, a forecast predicted that there was a high risk of severe flooding occurring in five districts located along the Jamuna River in Bangladesh. This forecast prompted the UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to release an emergency grant to three UN agencies: WFP, FAO, and UNFPA. For the first time ever, the emergency grant provided by CERF was to be used to prepare at-risk communities for the forthcoming disaster.  Through the pilot, 4,500 menstrual health management kits were distributed among adolescent girls between the ages of 10-19. Among these adolescent girls, 170 were individuals with special needs. 

In the stories included in this book, 15 of the 4,500 recipients of the kits share their experiences of how the project affected their lives as adolescent girls in their community.

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of December 2020. 

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This monthly report provides a snapshot of the key highlights achieved by UNFPA Bangladesh during the month of November 2020. 

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