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IOM & FAO (2017). Assessment of fuelwood supply and demand in displacement settings and surrounding areas in Cox’s Bazaar District, Dhaka, Bangladesh; and WFP (2017). SAFE Assessment. November 2017, 13 pages. Potential Implementing Partners It is important to identify qualified implementing partners as early as possible. Using the form below, select those categories that seem to most accurately qualify the organisation’s areas of expertise and possible intervention.

UN

UNHCR, FAO

UNDP

UN

x

x

x

x

Water

IOM, UNICEF

Environmental Coordination

UN

x

Environmental Assessment

Government

Capacity building

DoA

Environmental Education

Government

x

Domestic Energy

DoE

x

Livestock

Government

Agriculture

DoF

Areas of Possible Intervention

Forestry

Type of Organisation (Government, International, National NGO; Academic, etc.)

Conservation

Name of Organisation

x

x x

x

x

x

UN Women

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

FAO

x

x

x

x

x

x

Red Cross

x

BRAC

NGO

Arannayk Foundation

NGO

x

IUCN

Membership Union

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

Any other general observations: Dealing with betel leaf and commonly used nuts. CHECKLIST 1 – SITUATION ANALYSIS SUMMARY

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Priority Issues Comments Emerging from Notes

Action and Timeframe (immediate, further investigation required, no action needed)

Propose effective replacement or reduction of fuelwood use for cooking

Has started; must be extended as rapidly as possible

Introduction of improved cooking stoves; distribution of small ration of fuelwood from controlled sources; production and distribution of rice husk briquettes; substitute fuelwood with other energy sources. Awareness-raising programmes on different topics. IGA could be introduced to promote efficient stoves.

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