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Numerous ponds made by the Rohingya population

Few large ponds polluted

Small surface ponds

Medium size ponds

In rainy season only

2. Rain water

Mostly destroyed in camp area

In good shape

1. Topsoil

2. Agricultural fields

Locals

Rohingya people

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Visual observation

Visual observation

Visual observation Reports from Red Cross

Locals and Rohingya Visual people observation

Locals and Rohingya Visual observation

1. Deep aquifer

SOILS

Information Source

Locals and Rohingya Visual observation

Primary Users (describe groups, gender, approx. numbers)

Numerous water Locals and Rohingya people wells with pumps. Biologically contaminated E-Coli

Other Water Resources

1.Shallow aquifer

Ground Water Resources

Several temporary creeks

Small creeks

Surface Resources

WATER RESOURCES

Natural Resources Presence and and Habitats Condition (describe location, quality, quantity, status and condition)

M

L

M

L

L

L

Strength of Local Rules on Resource Use? (H/M/L)

L

M

H

H

H

H

H

L

H

M

M

M

Current Culturally Threat Level? Important? (H/M/L) (H/M/L)

H

L

H

H

H

H

Economic Value? (H/M/L)

MLHH

LMLL

MHHH

LHMH

LHMH

LHMH

Total Score (add row, e.g. HHML)

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Report on ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF ROHINGYA INFLUX  

This study was initiated by the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), the Government of Bangladesh (GoB), and UNDP and UN Women, with...

Report on ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF ROHINGYA INFLUX  

This study was initiated by the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), the Government of Bangladesh (GoB), and UNDP and UN Women, with...

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