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INEE Minimum Standard Project

During the field mission, ROTA delegates  found that classroom spaces were not up to standards, and in most cases would severely impede learning due to lack of space, light,  ventilation, and general facilities.  Some classrooms lacked easy access to water as well, adversely affecting hygiene.  This was the primary factor in the high drop-out rates in the school, especially with female students.  

Addressing the issue, ROTA sanctioned additional funds to build up to 50 model Non-Formal Education (NFE) centers. 1500 people benefited from the project, which put special focus on potable water access for attendees of the school.  The rehabilitation took place over a 6-month period, ending in July 2011.

Project Facts

Implementing Period:

April 2011- September 2011

Project Partner:

Muslim Aid


  • Improve Quality of Education for children and youth in Cox’s Bazar through:
  • Adequate classroom spaces with proper light
  • Provision of clean water
  • Construction of latrines, especially for girls

Expected Beneficiaries:

Direct Beneficiariesà 4500 children, 1200 youth
Indirect Beneficiariesà 50,000 community members

Disaster preparedness workshop held in Cox’s Bazar