The Asian Development Bank accords a $41.4 million grant to develop infrastructures in the Rohingya refugee camp

On 22 June 2022, the Asian Development Bank approved a $ 41.4 million grant to help improve infrastructure and manage the basic needs of Rohingya refugees, according to the press release of the ADB.

The fund will be used to construct 200 water and sanitation facilities, solid waste management facilities and a piped water supply system in Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar. Furthermore, four health care facilities for severe acute respiratory infections will be upgraded and expand six primary health care and diagnostic centres in Teknaf. The grant will also be used to improve the skills of healthcare workers in the district.

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