Muslim Aid started its intervention in one of the unofficial settlement at Leda, Teknaf in Bangladesh in April 2008 with livelihood interventions for around 15,000 rohingya refugees
Muslim Aid has expanded its intervention programme to other core areas of health, nutrition, security and protection, shelter, water and sanitation with the financial support of European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO).
A brief details of MA project interventions, funding and beneficiaries during 2008 – 2015
|Skills training and livelihood support||30,852 individuals|
|Healthcare, free medicine, diagnosis, referrals consultancy, Therapeutic feeding, Supplementary feeding||17,680 individuals|
|Health, Nutrition, Security & Protection, , WASH, |
Shelter repair & renovation