The UN World Food Programme will execute a $35 million project, which is part of the World Bank’s $165 million grant to the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief, reported the daily star.
The project will provide food assistance support to 700,000 people as part of the Covid-19 humanitarian response in the Rohingya camps. 20 per cent of the total camp population will also get work opportunities through this project. It also promises to improve accessibility, drainage improvement as well as reforestation.
A project of this nature does not only help the Rohingya refugees but also provide many opportunities for the local people.