Adolescent Girls

HRF Project Inception

Title: Reinforced Initiative for Strengthened Education and Skills. Location: Host and Rohingya Community, Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar. Period: 01 January 2024 to 30 June 2024. Donor: Human Relief Foundation (HRF) The project aims to provide access to education, life skills and vocational training to 655 FDMN children and adolescents in Camp-4 and 200 children and...

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BRAC Monitors PRISE Project

Project Title: Leaving No One Behind: Improving Skills and Economic Opportunities for the Host Community in Cox’s Bazar Project Period: 26, November 2023 and shall expire 30 November 2024 Number of Center: 4 Number of adolescent learners: 200 Location: Ukhiya and Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar Funded by: BRAC PRISE is a joint effort of BRAC and Prantic...

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192 FDMN Adolescent Girls are Developing Skills in Dress Making

Project Title: Reinforced Initiative for Strengthened Education and Skills (RISES) in the Rohingya Camp and Host Community of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh   Project Period: 01 January 2024 to June 2024 Location: Camp-4, Ukhiya, Cox;s Bazar Funded By: Human Relief Foundation Target: 384 Rohingya adolescent and youth girls will receive vocational training set out by...

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24 Bangladeshi Women are Developing Skills to Produce Women Underwear

Project Title: Reinforced Initiative for Strengthened Education and Skills (RISES) in the Rohingya Camp and Host Community of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh   Project Period: 01 January 2024 to June 2024 Location: Raja Palong Union, Ukhiya, Cox;s Bazar Funded By: Human Relief Foundation (HRF) Target: 96 Bangladeshi adolescent and youth girls living in the host...

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48 Host Community Girls Developing Skills in Female Tailoring and Dressmaking.

Project Title: SDC BRAC Social Cohesion Fund for Cox’s Bazar District Number of Center: 4 Number of adolescent learners: 200 Location: Ukhiya and Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar Funded by: BRAC Under this project, the targeted adolescents will receive training for 6 months on various trades such as computer operation, sewing, mobile servicing, carpentry, etc.  to enhance...

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12 Host Community Girls Developing Skills in Beauty Salon

Project Period: 26, November 2023 and shall expire 30 November 2024 Number of Center: 4 Number of adolescent learners: 200 Location: Ukhiya and Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar Fund managed by: BRAC A total of 200 dropped-out adolescent children are enrolled to develop skills in 9 specific trades. Beauty Salon – Female is one of them. A...

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Adolescent Girls are Making Dresses for women

Project Title: Reinforced Initiative for Strengthened Education and Skills (RISES) in the Rohingya Camp and Host Community of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh   Project Period: 01 January 2024 to June 2024 Location: Raja Palong Union, Ukhiya, Cox;s Bazar Funded By: Human Relief Foundation (HRF) Target: 96 Bangladeshi adolescent and youth girls living...

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Scarf Distribution among Trainees

Project Title: Reinforced Initiative for Strengthened Education and Skills (RISES) in the Rohingya Camp and Host Community of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh Project Period: 01 January 2024 to June 2024 Location: Camp-4, Ukhiya, Cox;s Bazar Funded By: Human Relief Foundation Target: 384 Rohingya adolescent and youth girls in Rohingya Community and...

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Skill Development for Employment

Project Title: SDC BRAC Social Cohesion Fund for Cox’s Bazar District Number of Center: 4 Number of adolescent learners: 200 Location: Ukhiya and Teknaf, Cox's Bazar Funded by: BRAC PRISE is a joint effort of BRAC and Prantic Unnayan Society (PRANTIC).  This is an initiative for skill development of the adolescents living in the host community...

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Maternity Services in Ukhiya

Name of Project: Continue Health, Education and Livelihood Project (HELP) in FDMN and Host Community (11th Phase) in Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar Name of Donor: OBAT Canada Project Period: Since 2018. Location: Camp-4, Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar PRANTIC so far addressed a total of 21,987 patients, with 3,518 adolescents (aged 10-19 years) and 18,469 adults (aged 20...

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