Period: June 2019 - December 2020
Access to improved drinking water and hygienic sanitation facilities including adequate management of fecal sludge is a priority for the DRP population. In this situation, the Emergency Multi-Sector Rohingya Crisis Response Project (EMCRP) of DPHE plans to support improved access to safe water and sanitation as well as hygiene promotion in a gender and socially inclusive manner. The DPHE has entered into an agreement with Bureau of Research Testing and Consultation (BRTC) of BUET, represented by ITN-BUET for consultancy service for design (including feasibility study) of fecal sludge and solid waste management system.
The specific objectives of the consultancy service included:
- Feasibility of options and approaches for fecal sludge and solid waste management in the DRP camps;
- Detail engineering design and working drawing of proposed fecal sludge management (FSM) and solid waste management (SWM) facilities;
- Promotion and mobilization of integrated fecal sludge and solid waste management systems including co-composting plant (if found feasible); and
- Identification of construction sites and assisting in preparation of bid documents for procurement of contractors.