Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
  • Partners:
Forcibly Displaced Myanmar National to Bangladesh
Health situation & Interventions Update
Date: 20 April 2024
Map locations in Bangladesh where Rohingya population has taken shelter
Settlement Information
954,707

Total population source: UNHCR, 31 January, 2023

706,364

Total new influx Since 25 August 2017

197,303

Households

Vulnerable population groups
Vulnerable Group No. %
Families with separated children 4,387 3.2%
Families with unaccompanied children 1,429 1.0%
Families with a person with disability 8,461 6.2%
Families with older person at risk 8,524 6.2%
Families with older person at risk with children 4,650 3.4%
Families with people with serious medical condition 10,076 7.4%
Single male parent with infants 1,750 1.3%
Single female parent 32,983 24.1%
Families with people with specific needs 64,741 47.3%
Health Interventions

MOHFW/DGHS is working with Armed Forces Division, UN Bodies, International, National & Local NGOs to deliver health services in coordinated and comprehensive manner

216

Health Post(HP): 140, Primary Health Care (PHC): 36, Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH): 09, Other specialized (O): 25

45

Ambulances

Homecare

Comprehensive home-based preventive healthcare

293

No. of doctor

186

No. of Nurse

224

No. of SACMO

1259

Community Health Worker (CHW)

Health Interventions
MR Vaccine Oral Polio Vaccine Vitamin A Oral Cholera Vaccine Td Penta, PCV, bOPV COVID-19 campaign
135,519
(16 Sep - 03 Oct, 2017)
354,982
(18 Nov - 05 Dec, 2017)
72,334
(16 Sep - 03 Oct, 2017)
236,696
(4 - 09 Nov, 2017)
68,941
(16 Sep - 03 Oct, 2017)
156,505
(Nov, 2017)
700,487
(10 - 18 Oct 2017)
199,472
(04 - 09 Nov 2017)
165,927
(12 - 31 Dec 2017)
149,962
(12 - 31 Dec 2017)
36,943
(10-23 Aug, 2021)
Phase 1 Round 1
879,273
(06 - 13 May 2018)
364,686
(17 Nov - 13 Dec 2018)
223,065
(27 Jan - 10 Feb, 2018)
259,016
(10 - 31 Mar 2018)
169,617
(27 Jan - 10 Feb, 2018)
172,432
(10 - 31 Mar 2018)
33,386
(18-23 Sept, 2021)
Phase 1 Round 2
    157,956
(1-5 Dec 2019)
162,871
(8 - 31 Dec 2019)
182,692
(89%)(5 -24 Nov 2022)
205,311
(96%) (5 - 24 Nov 2022)
306,727
(1-29 Dec, 2021)
Phase 2 Round 1
292,394
(12 Jan - 12 Feb 2020)
    754,172
(10-25 Oct, 2022)
(FDMN) Round 1
    280,334
(26 Jan-17 Feb, 2022)
Phase 2 Round 2
    735,907
(1-22 Nov, 2022)
(FDMN) Round 2
    116,076
(4-11 Jun, 2022)
Phase 3 Round 1
Cumulative number of medical consultations given for different diseases (24 Oct, 2017- 20 April 2024)
131,244

Abscess

136,180

COPD

897,265

Cough & Cold/ no Pneumonia

869,160

Acute Watery Diarrhoea

173,025

Bloody Diarrhoea Cases

140,760

Eye Infection

861,007

Unexplained Fever

1,887,666

Gastroenteric Problems

966,153

Musculo Skeletal Problems

3,047

Neuro Disorder

33,670

Sexually Trasmitted Disease

184,483

ANC 4 service

45,890

Pregnancy Test Positive

3,932

Pregnancy Complication

303,686

Pregnant Woman Received IFA

19,557

Newborn Care

2,614,616

6-59 month children malnutrition

1,050

Filariasis Test

42,144

Malaria test

Total 8 +ve case
611

Measles soure: MMWB, 12 Nov

203,941

Skin Infection

175,865

ANC (Adolescent)

1,036,707

ANC (Adult)

2,486

PNC (Adolescent)

21,874

PNC (Adult)

1376

SAM identified (NAW Round -2)

3783

MAM identified (NAW Round -2)

2068

TB cases

1863

Total +(ve) TB cases

Distribution of diseases (January 20, 2024-April 20, 2024)
Locations of health centers in Google Map
Trend of diseases (last 12 month)
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