Multi-purpose Centre at Kutupalong Rohingya Camp

Community Development Centre - CODEC is implementing a child protection program through the EPRC project at different FDMN (Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals) camps since 2019 in collaboration with UNHCR. In December 2021, a Multi-Purpose Centre (MPC) was established at camp 2W. It covers two blocks (Block B and C) among four blocks of camp 2W. Presently through this facility, CODEC is providing support to 12,263 individuals (including 6525 children).

Learning Centres for the Displaced Rohingya Community | CODEC

The two storied learning centres are a part of the continuation of the Education Program being implemented in the Rohingya refugee camps by CODEC with support from UNHCR. Due to space shortage 18 single-storied learning centres were re-designed and constructed into two storied learning centers, which are helping to accommodate more children in the learning facilities. Although the Government of Bangladesh has recently started the process of relocating 1,00,000 forcefully displaced Myanmar Nationals to ‘Bhasan Char’, still there will be more than 1 million refugees left in the camps of Cox's Bazar. So, the need for these educational structures will always be there.

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