Community Recovery and Resilience project (C2RP) was designed to support the law enforcement agencies, judiciary, relevant government agencies and to better protect host community including vulnerable groups and minorities of Ukhiya and Teknaf Upazila of Cox’s Bazar. The project does so through activating the Union Legal Aid Committee (ULAC), Community Policing Forum (CPF), Mediation and youth forums as well supporting local level planning and development of Union Parishad plans to deliver better services to effected communities in order to maintain the peaceful co-existence and social cohesion
The project aims to increase access to justice, community security and protection of human rights of persons, affected due to sudden Rohingya influx in Cox’s Bazar. The project supports capacities of women and youth community leaders to prevent the escalation of inter-communal tensions by strengthening local government capacity, reactivating women development forums, mediation forums, and work in partnership with other NGOs.
AREAS OF WORK
• Social Cohesion and Preventing Conflict in Host Communities in Cox’s Bazar
• Rule of Law and Access to Justice including for formal and informal mechanisms
• Support to establishment of National Human Rights Commission in Cox’s Bazar
• Community Security and policing
• Local Governance for improved service delivery