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CHECKLIST 1 – SITUATION ANALYSIS SUMMARY Priority Issues Comments Emerging from Notes

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

Find a more reliable water supply

Past experience, especially in the Teknaf Region leads to the expectation that the shallow water well will dry out before the end of dry season.

Has to be addressed by WASH specialist; possibilities: water trucking, desalinization facilities

Introduce efficient solid and human waste management

Risk of epidemic infectious disease

Medium term, has to be addressed within 6 months – 1 year

Start reforestation programme to re-instate soils and vegetation in abandoned camp sites

Soil erosion and siltation, visual impact. Improvement of land capability

Further investigation may be required to scope the programme

Protect and enhance critical habitats (Himchari National Park, planned Inani National Park and Teknaf Wildlife Sanctuary

Ensure no more net loss of biodiversity in the area

Further investigation may be required to scope the programme

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