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Water treatment

Water supply

H

Excavation pits

Safe disposal of chemicals

Others (please list)

Contamination

Others (please list)

H

H

L

H

H

H

H

M

M

M

M

H

H

M

Deforestation: NB: not because of shelter material; rather because of fuelwood need Others (please list)

M

Natural resource depletion

Others (please list)

M

Deforestation

Water source sustainable – Depletion of source (surface or ground water) management plan in place for surface and groundwater Disturbance of watershed sources Increased population density

Mostly bamboo, very abundant in and outside of the area where Rohingya people live, grows rapidly, Control of access to and use of harvesting areas. Apply rotation harvesting

Sourcing of shelter materials from natural surrounding environment and from outside the area

WATER

If feasible, use soilconstruction or other alternative materials

Use of poles in shelter construction

SHELTER

Others (please list)

H

Increased trafficking of natural resources

L

M

H L

H

H

Severity Permanence of impact of impact

Flooding

Along contour lines – not up Drainage problems and down slopes Erosion

Road construction

Possible environmental impact

Environmental standard or “best practice”

Relief Activity

H

H

H

H

M

M

M

M

H

L

M

H

L

H

H

H

M

M

M

M

H

L

M

H

Extent of Probability impact of occurrence

H

H

H

H

L

L

M

LH

M

L

M

H

HLHLH

HHHHH

HHHHH

HHHHH

MMMML

MMMML

HMMMM

MMMML

HHHHM

LLLLL

HMMMM

HHHHH

Urgency Total Score

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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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