• 2024 JRP



Under the leadership of the Bangladesh Government, the 2024 Joint Response Plan (JRP) for the Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis was launched on 13 March. The JRP is developed yearly and is an annual fundraising document and articulates the shared vision of how the humanitarian community will respond to the assessed and expressed needs of Rohingya refugees and affected host communities.

Through the 2024 JRP, the UN and its partners are calling on the international community to extend financial support to address the prioritized needs of Rohingya refugees and the Bangladeshi communities that are hosting them as the refugee crisis enters its seventh year. The 2024 JRP requests $852.4 million to reach 1.35 million people, including Rohingya refugees sheltered in Cox’s Bazar and Bashan Char and Bangladeshi host communities in Ukhiya and Teknaf. The 2024 JRP brings together 117 partners including UN Agencies, Bangladeshi and international NGOs. Nearly half of them are national organizations from Bangladesh.

The 2024 JRP is focusing on five key objectives-

Work towards the sustainable and voluntary repatriation of Rohingya refugees/FDMNs to Myanmar.
Strengthen the protection of Rohingya refugee/FDMN women, men, girls, and boys.
Deliver life-saving assistance to populations in need.
Foster the well-being of host communities.
Strengthen disaster risk management and combat the effects of climate change.