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Field Visits and Data Collection Commenced for Endline Study

The Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP) iii Consortium's CARE program, in collaboration with partners MUKTI and OPCA, made significant progress in assessing the impact of their interventions through comprehensive field visits and data collection in Rohingya Refugee Camps 13, 15, and 16 from May 21 to May 25, 2023. Led by renowned consultant Dr. Nazneen Akhter, the eight-person team, including Md. Arifur Rahman (Operation Manager) and Umme Suriea (Technical Coordinator & Quality control), worked alongside six dedicated data enumerators to conduct the necessary assessments.

The purpose of the field visits was to carry out the Endline Study/Annual Assessment data collection, focusing on four key thematic areas: Gender-Based Violence (GBV), Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH), and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR). The study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the CARE program and its partners in addressing the pressing needs of the Rohingya refugee population. Throughout the visits, the team diligently collected data from a wide range of sources. They engaged with community members, CARE staff, and partner organizations to gather qualitative and quantitative information. Interviews, focus group discussions, and observations were conducted to comprehensively evaluate the outcomes, challenges, and success stories of the program.

The field visits were made possible through the outstanding support provided by CARE Bangladesh, whose commitment and assistance proved instrumental in facilitating the smooth execution of the assessments. Dr. Nazneen Akhter, the lead consultant, expressed her gratitude for CARE Bangladesh's fantastic collaboration and the commitment demonstrated by Md. Arifur Rahman and Umme Suriea. Their collective efforts ensured that the team had the necessary resources and support to conduct the field visits and gather crucial data.

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