• Health

The Government and the health partners have established a cohesive and coherent health system for Rohingya refugees/FDMNs and the host community.

The Health Sector is committed to ensuring access to quality healthcare services relevant to the prioritised needs. The first step is implementing a nationalised health service delivery/points of care. The Minimum Package of Essential Health Services shall be revised to tackle perennial problems of increased waiting time, gaps in emerging health needs, particularly Non-Communicable Diseases, Mental Health, and quality of services.

Lead Agency: World Health Organization (WHO)

Key Figures 2024


USD 86.8 M 56 1.47 M
Funding Required Partners People in Need


1.07 M 931,574 136,129
People Targeted Rohingya Refugees Targeted Host Community Targeted

Strategy Documents

Technical Guidance

Resources and Data


Working Groups

  • EEpidemiology, Case Management, and IPC Working Group (EpiWG) - Lead Agency: WHO
  • ECommunity Health Working Group (CHWG) - Lead Agency: UNHCR
  • ESexual and Reproductive Health Working Group (SRH WG) - Lead Agency: UNFPA
  • EMental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Working Group (MHPSS WG) - Lead Agency: IOM and UNHCR

Strategic Advisory Group (SAG)

Terms of Reference (ToR)


Ministry of Health and Family Welfare/Civil Surgeon (MoHFW/CS), RRRC, WHO, UNHCR, UNFPA, UNICEF, IOM, IRC, Save the Children (SCI), IFRC, MSF, BRAC, GK


Appealing Partners:

International Organization for Migration (IOM), UNFPA, UNHCR, UNICEF, World Health Organization (WHO), Plan International Bangladesh, International Rescue Committee (IRC), GK,Green Hill (GH),  HAEFA, Humanity Inclusion, MedGlobal Inc, Peace Winds Japan (PWJ), Save the Children, Terre des hommes Foundation (Tdh), BRAC, Friendship

Implementing Partners:

CARE, Cox’s Bazar Baitush Sharaf Hospital (Orbis), Bangladesh Red Crescent Society, CBM Global, Qatar Charity, Multi Serve International (MSI), Community Initiative Society(CIS), Mukti, Research, Training and Management International (RTMI), Bangla-German Sampreeti (BGS), IPAS, Partners in Health and Development (PHD), REFUGEE HEALTH UNIT (RHU) of RRRC, GONOSHASTHAYA KENDRA (GK), BANDHU, FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY (FH), RELIEF INTERNATIONAL (RI), Cox’s Bazar Civil Surgeon (DGHS/ MoHFW), International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddrb), Centre for Injury Prevention, Health Development and Research (CIPRB), Samaj Kallyan O Unnayan Sangstha (SKUS), Center for Disability in Development, Dhaka Community Hospital Trust (DCHT), Do Better for the Children (DBC)

Strategic Partners:

AMAN (Association for Mass Advancement Network), Health and Education for All (HAEFA), HOPE Foundation for Women & Children of Bangladesh Inc., AWARD, Prantic Unnayan Society (PRANTIC), HMBD Foundation, Dushtha Shasthya Kendra, Moonlight Development Society, Basmah Foundation, HOPE’87 Austria, Muslim Hand International, Green Hill (GH), MSF, IFRC, ICRC, BBC Media Action, Disaster and Emergency Management Authority of Turkiye (AFAD) / Turkish Field Hospital (TFH), Malteser International

Sector Meetings

Meeting Minutes


Health Sector General Contact
Email: [email protected]

Dr. Jorge Martinez
Ag. Health Sector Coordinator- Cox’s Bazar
Email: [email protected]

Mr Abdullah Alismail
Information Management Officer (Int.)
Mobile: +880 1730 032329
Email: [email protected]

Md. Ahadur Rahman (Ahad)
Information Management Officer (Nat.)
Mobile: +88 01713 205 888
Email: [email protected]

Mr Sayed Ruhul Islam Sobuj
Field Coordinator
Mobile: +88 01701 202 593
Email: [email protected]