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Total 43 Fire affected families received Cash and Non-Food Items in Kutubdia Upazila in...

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Cox’s Bazar November 24, 2022 Today, on 24 November 2022, COAST Foundation has distributed cash assistance to 24 families and 19 shopkeepers who were affected...

Civil Society Urges Special Actions to Protect Health and Livelihoods of Climate Vulnerable...

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Dhaka, 14 October 2022. Rights-based civil society representatives demanded urgent action to safeguard the lives and livelihoods of women and adolescents, whose health is...

Civil Societies demanded strong government position to include Loss & Damage in CoP 27...

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Dhaka, 29 September 2022.  Civil society organizations (CSOs) demanded a strong position from the government to include the Loss & Damage issue as...

Humanitarian Accountability Report 2022_CHS Alliance

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How COAST Foundation became more inclusive by using the CHS COAST Foundation emerged in 1998 in the southern part of Bhola Island in Bangladesh –...

The UN Must Succeed in Putting Pressure on Myanmar: We Demand Complete Implementation of...

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Dhaka, 24 August 2022. Civil society leaders have expressed the opinion that the international community, including the United Nations, has completely failed to exert...

Quality & Accountability: COAST sustains international certification by HQAI

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COAST Foundation always believes in quality and accountability in its response. So, being a long-time member of the CHS Alliance (www.chsalliance.org), the organisation embarked...

Transparency & Accountability of Humanitarian Assistance in Sylhet Has been Demanded

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Press Release Civil society urged UN & INGO to limit their role in monitoring and technical assistance, operational leadership should be with local NGOs Transparency &...

Awareness and pre-preparedness can reduce losses from disasters: Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) mock drill...

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Cox’s Bazar July 22, 2022 COAST Foundation has been working for socio-economic development in coastal districts of Bangladesh for a long time. From 25th August...

Income-Generating Activities (IGA) Study Report: Economic and Livelihood Activities: Engagement and Potentials of Rohingya...

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This study by COAST looked into the economic and livelihood engagement of the Rohingya community living in Bangladesh camps in Cox’s Bazar. Findings depict...

Civil Society Demands that Flood Rehabilitation Programs be Implemented through Local Organizations

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Dhaka, July 4, 2022. In any disaster, the local people and organizations are the first to stand by the people affected by the disaster....