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Host Communities 450,000

Moderate/ Moderate

Moderate/ Moderate

Moderate/ Moderate

12. Impact on fresh and marine water ecosystems

13. Impact on marine ecosystems

13. Livelihood

Host Communities and Rohingya population

National and global biodiversity issue

Host Communities and Rohingya population

Severe/ High

11. Mortality risks for wildlife

People concerned

Host Communities and Rohingya population

Impact/Risk Level

10. Habitat Severe/High fragmentation for elephants

Impact/Risk

Development

Conservation Protection of breeding ground and migration corridor

Enforcement

Mitigation and protection

Improving the habitat Protection of Rohingya from intrusions by elephants. Management of human-elephant conflict.

Mitigation Measures 25 Elephants and 850,000 Rohingya

13.1. Support livelihood improvement in host communities and in areas where Rohingya live

450,000

GoB, International and local NGOs, Host Communities Rohingya population

The whole country and the world

13.1 Monitor movement of marine turtle and conserve corridor and breeding ground of marine turtle; conserve dune vegetation

GoB, International and local NGOs, IUCN, Local Communities. Host GoB, International communities and local NGOs, 450,000 IUCN, Local Communities UNDP.

25 Elephants and 850,000 Rohingya

12.1. Enforce compliance with fishing requirements. Ensure water flow in streams.

11.1. Monitor wildlife movement, conduct an awareness campaign to avoid animal/human conflicts over resources and areas. Enforcement of Wildlife Protection Act

GoB, International and local NGOs, IUCN, Local Communities UNDP

Beneficiaries Partners

10.2. Ensure protection of Rohingya from elephant 25 km of intrusions with combined fences (trees, bamboo and fence solar powered electrical fences near the camp areas in Ukhia and Teknaf

10.1. Plant fodder plants in the forest to ensure food for elephants.

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