Tulips of Tetulia: Prospects as bright as the blooms
Tulips — the brightly coloured flowers usually associated with the Netherlands — are now growing in Tetulia upazila of Panchagarh district, boosting tourism prospects and local economy. Seeing the success of a pilot scheme, this year, tulips are being grown on a large tract of land in Darjipara of Tetulia. Tulips grown in the Panchagarh district are now being sold in Dhaka due to high demands. Last year, eight women earned Tk 65,000 each by growing tulips on their land — on a pilot basis — and this year, 20 women are growing the beautiful flowers on two acres of land considering the prospects. Also read: Danish ambassador, IFAD country director visit tulip gardens in Panchagarh This year, they are expecting to sell tulips worth Tk one crore. Financed by International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF), Echo Social Development Organisation (ESDO) and Rural Microenterprise Transformation Project (MRTP) undertook the pilot project with the help of rural women. They have created a new prospect for livelihood.
Dhaka strongly condemns abhorrent act of desecrating Holy Quran again in Netherlands
Bangladesh has strongly condemned the recent abhorrent act of desecrating a copy of the Holy Quran yet again in the Netherlands by a far-right activist. Bangladesh expressed "grave concern" over repetition of such heinous act in the Netherlands within a month’s time in the name of ‘right to protest’, ‘freedom of expression’ or ‘human rights’. Also read: No evidence of disrespecting Quran found: Probe body Bangladesh once again urged all concerned to put an end to such unwarranted provocations and to respect the sacred values and religious symbols of the Muslims - for that matter of all religions - for the sake of harmony and peaceful coexistence.
BEMEA seeks more collaboration with Netherlands to enhance RMG industry’s competitiveness
André van Ommeren, Director - International Development , Netherlands Enterprise Agency of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, met BGMEA President Faruque Hassan at BGMEA Complex in Uttara on Tuesday. Charge D'Affaires at the Netherlands Embassy in Bangladesh Thijs Woudstra, Chair of BGMEA Standing Committee on Press, Publication and Publicity Shovon Islam, Chair of BGMEA Standing Committee on Trade Fair Mohammed Kamal Uddin and Managing Director of Standard Group Engineer Mosharraf Hossain were also present at the meeting. They had discussions about various issues of the RMG industry, particularly how the Netherlands could collaborate with the sector to support its pursuance of growth in a more sustainable manner. They also discussed the progress of the ongoing program being implemented by BGMEA in the RMG sector including how participating garment factories under the Partnership for Cleaner Textile (PaCT) program have reduced their water footprint. PaCT is financially supported by the Netherlands government. In the meeting, they expressed interest in stepping up collaboration to make the more sustainable and competitive with innovation and technology.
Bangladesh condemns desecration of the Holy Quran by far-right activist in The Hague
Bangladesh has strongly condemned the recent act of desecrating the Holy Quran by a far-right activist in The Hague, Netherlands. Bangladesh has expressed grave concern over the incident and rejects any act of insulting the sacred values and religious symbols of the Muslims — for that matter of all religions — all over the world under any circumstances, according to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Read more: Bangladesh condemns desecration of the Holy Quran by far-right activist in The Hague Bangladesh urged all concerned to put an end to such unwarranted provocations and Islamophobia for the sake of harmony and peaceful coexistence.
Netherlands says it will send Patriot assistance to Ukraine
Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte during a meeting with President Joe Biden on Tuesday said that the Netherlands plans to "join” the U.S. and Germany's efforts to train and arm Ukraine with advanced Patriot defense systems. Rutte in a brief appearance with Biden did not detail whether the Dutch are expected to send Patriot systems, take part in training or offer some other assistance related to deployment of Patriots. Rutte said he also spoke with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Tuesday about the Netherland’s efforts. “We have the intention to join what you are doing with Germany on the Patriot project," Rutte said. "I think that it’s important we join that and I discussed it also this morning with Olaf Scholz of Germany.” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed that Biden and Rutte discussed ongoing efforts with Patriots, but referred questions about the Netherlands' intentions to the Dutch government, which did not immediately provide clarity. Rutte spoke about the potential assistance as Ukrainian troops arrived at Oklahoma’s Fort Sill Army base to begin training on operating and maintaining the Patriot missile defense system. The Patriot is the most advanced surface-to-air missile system the West has provided to Ukraine to help repel Russian aerial attacks. “Training has begun," Pentagon spokesman Air Force Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder said. "As we’ve talked about before, that training will last for several months, and train upwards of 90 to 100 Ukrainians on use of the Patriot missile system.” Biden was also looking to use Tuesday's meeting with Rutte to nudge the Netherlands to further limit China’s access to advanced semiconductors with export restrictions. Read more: Ukraine hails US military aid as cease-fire said to falter The Biden administration has been trying to get the Netherlands on the same page since the U.S. Commerce Department announced in October new export controls aimed at China. The restrictions are intended to limit China’s ability to access advanced computing chips, develop and maintain supercomputers, and make advanced semiconductors. “Together we’re working on how to keep a free and open Indo Pacific, and quite frankly the challenges of China," Biden said at the start of their meeting. Administration officials have reasoned that the export restrictions are necessary because China can use semiconductors to create advanced military systems including weapons of mass destruction; commit human rights abuses; and improve the speed and accuracy of its military decision making, planning and logistics. Slowing Beijing's access, however, will take plenty of help from allies for the U.S. export controls to have maximum impact. The Netherlands-based tech giant ASML is a major manufacturer of lithography machines that design and produce semiconductors. China is one of ASML's biggest clients. CEO Peter Wennink played down the impact of the U.S. export control regulations soon after the administration unveiled them last fall. ASML said last year that it expected company-wide 2022 sales to be around 21 billion euros. The U.S. has also been in talks with Japan on tougher export restrictions to limit the sale of semiconductor manufacturing technology to China. Rutte's visit comes after Biden hosted Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida last week for talks. The U.S. and Japan, in a joint statement following the Oval Office meeting, said the two sides agreed to “sharpen our shared edge on economic security, including protection and promotion of critical and emerging technologies.” China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin last week called on Japan and the Netherlands to resist U.S. pressure. “We hope the relevant countries will do the right thing and work together to uphold the multilateral trade regime and safeguard the stability of the global industrial and supply chains,” he said. “This will also serve to protect their own long-term interests.” Rutte spoke by phone on Monday with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy about Saturday's Russian missile strike on an apartment building in Dnipro — one of the deadliest attacks on civilians in the nearly 11-month-old war. Authorities said the death toll from the strike rose to 40 and that 30 people remained missing Monday. “These are horrible pictures and I think it strengthens even more our resolve to stay with Ukraine,” Rutte told reporters at the start of his meeting with Biden. Biden praised Netherlands as one of the United States “strongest” allies, one that's proven “very, very stalwart” in its support for Ukraine since Russia launched in its invasion in February. The Netherlands has committed about $2.7 billion (2.5 billion euros) in support for Ukraine this year. The money will be spent on military equipment, humanitarian and diplomatic efforts. Read more: US to send $3.75B in military aid to Ukraine, its neighbors The Netherlands providing Ukraine with Patriot assistance — whether the weapons systems, missiles or training — would be a major move for the NATO ally. The training of Ukraine forces now underway in Oklahoma is to focus, in part, on how to maintain the battery that will be sent by the U.S. to Ukraine once training is complete. Each system has multiple components, including a phased array radar, a control station, computers and generators, and typically requires about 90 soldiers to operate and maintain, however only three soldiers are needed to actually fire it, according to the Army. Some of the ongoing maintenance support, once the Patriot is on the battlefield, will be done remotely, Ryder said. The Dutch prime minister, for his part, praised Biden for leading the international effort to back Ukraine. “I am convinced history will judge in 2022 if the United States had not stepped up like you did things would have been very different,” Rutte said. The two leaders were also to discuss plans for the Summit for Democracy, which they are co-hosting with Costa Rica, South Korea and Zambia in late March. Biden hosted the inaugural democracy summit in December 2021, which the administration billed as the start of a global conversation about how best to halt the backsliding of democracy. Biden is the third U.S. president visited by Rutte, the Netherlands’ longest-serving prime minister. He earlier met with Barack Obama and Donald Trump.
World Cup: Messi, Argentina defeat Netherlands on penalties
It started with Lionel Messi delivering another soccer clinic. It ended with the Argentina superstar sporting a bloodied top lip, shouting abuse to opponents and even blasting the referee. And of course there were goals, too, for one of the greats of the game whose bid to win the World Cup for the first time is still on track. Messi is heading to the semifinals with Argentina after a penalty-shootout victory over Netherlands that had just about everything on Friday. Argentina took a 2-0 lead, conceded an equalizer in the 11th minute of second-half stoppage time to send the match to extra time at 2-2, and then won the shootout 4-3 amid a deafening noise inside Lusail Stadium. Messi, who scored a penalty in regulation time, converted his penalty in the shootout while goalkeeper Emiliano Martínez made two saves to help Argentina secure a semifinal match against Croatia, which beat Brazil earlier Friday. After Lautaro Martinez scored the clinching penalty, Messi — with his arms outstretched — sprinted to jump into the arms of his goalkeeper. Also read: Croatia end Brazil's dream of 6th World Cup “We had to suffer,” Messi said. “But we got through.” Messi did, especially, in an often violent match that featured 17 yellow cards — a record for a World Cup match — two of which went to Netherlands defender Denzel Dumfries as he was sent off after the game. Messi was critical of the Spanish referee, Antonio Mateu, saying: “I don't think he was up to the standard. He was very harmful for us.” And, in a side of Messi rarely seen, he broke off from his post-match interview on the field to shout abuse at the scorer of the Netherlands' two goals, Wout Weghorst. “What are you looking at, stupid?” Messi was heard saying. Messi and his teammates hung around on the field for 20 minutes at the end, taking turns dancing and jumping up and down in front of Argentina's celebrating, scarf-waving fans. Messi said the late Diego Maradona was looking over the team. “Diego is watching us from heaven,” Messi said of the former Argentina captain and coach who died two years ago. “He is pushing us. I hope it stays like that until the end.” It is only the second time Argentina has reached the last four since 1990. In 2014, Messi was part of the team that lost to Germany in the final and he looks in the mood to get there again in a tournament that he is turning into his own personal highlight reel. Messi delivered a mesmerizing piece of skill and vision to set up the opening goal for Nahuel Molina in the 35th minute. He twisted free in central midfield and burst forward, unbalancing Netherlands defender Nathan Ake and then delivering a no-look reverse pass for Molina to poke in a finish for his first international goal. His penalty in the 73rd minute, which came after Marcus Acuna was tripped by Dumfries, was his fourth goal of the tournament and took him to 10 overall in the World Cup — tied with Gabriel Batistuta for the most for Argentina. Messi now has 94 goals in total in his 169 international games. His team trailing 2-0, Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal sent on two tall strikers — Weghorst and Luuk De Jong — and even told center back Virgil van Dijk to play up front. The game suddenly changed. Weghorst glanced in a header from a right-wing cross in the 78th — five minutes after coming on — and then scored the latest second-half goal in a knockout-stage game at a World Cup. Off a cleverly worked free-kick routine learned by Weghorst at his Turkish club, Besiktas, Teun Koopmeiners feigned to take a shot at goal from the edge of the area but instead played it short and low into the middle of the area. It deceived the Argentine defense as Weghorst took a touch, held off his marker and slotted home a finish on the stretch. Enzo Fernandez hit the post near the end of extra time and was then the only Argentina player to fail to score in the shootout. Martinez's saves were from attempts by Van Dijk and Steven Berghuis, after which he pulled his shorts high and danced a jig. The loss ended Van Gaal’s third stint in charge of the Netherlands and Messi shared a moment with the 71-year-old coach at the end. “Ever since we arrived here,” Van Gaal said, “we have been focused on penalties. We thought we were going to win the penalty shootout.”
Argentina vs Netherlands Quarter-final Preview: FIFA World Cup 2022
The Netherlands and Argentina are two of the top soccer teams in the world and have a long history of rivalry on the pitch. This time, they will face off in a FIFA World Cup 2022 quarterfinal match that is sure to be entertaining. Both teams boast an array of talented players, with the Netherlands having Virgil van Dijk, Denzel Dumfries, and Cody Gakpo, while Argentina has Lionel Messi, Rodrigo de Paul, and Angel Di Maria in their ranks. Let’s take a look at the Argentina vs Netherlands quarterfinal match preview focusing on both teams, their strengths and weaknesses, and what to expect when they meet on the field. Where is Argentina vs Netherlands match? Argentina vs Netherlands match will take place at Lusail Stadium in Lusail on Friday, December 9, with kickoff at 10 pm local time, 1 am (December 10) Bangladeshi time. Argentina’s performance so far in the 2022 World Cup Argentina’s starting in the World Cup was a mess. They lost 2-1 to Saudi Arabia in the first match and put themselves in uncertainty. They had to win the next two matches against Mexico and Poland to progress to the last sixteen. They turned around from the second match by winning 2-0 against both Mexico and Poland to secure the second round as a topper of the group. Read More: Brazil vs Croatia Quarter-final Preview: FIFA World Cup 2022 Australia could not stop Messi in the last sixteen, and they lost 2-1. Meeting Netherlands in the quarterfinal is going to be Argentina’s toughest match of the World Cup in Qatar so far. The interesting thing is that in the last nine meetings between the two teams, including World Cup and friendly matches, Argentina has never defeated the Netherlands within the stipulated 90 minutes. In 2014, Argentina beat the Dutch in a tiebreaker in the semis of the World Cup in Sao Paulo. At that time, the coach of the Netherlands was Louis van Gaal who still has that moment of defeat etched in his heart. Messi is in good form in this World Cup, and his performance will determine Argentina’s fate. However, the Argentina team has some injury issues. Di Maria missed round of 16 matches, and it is not confirmed yet if he can make it to the quarterfinal. And the latest was midfielder Rodrigo de Paul. Although Argentine coach Lionel Scaloni is confident that De Paul will be okay. However, the decision regarding Di Maria and De Paul will come after talking to the medical team. Lautaro Martínez has been playing with an injury and taking pain-killing injections to play for his country. And he might face trouble anytime. Read More: FIFA World Cup 2022 Argentina vs Netherlands LIVE Streaming: Where and How to watch online and TV Channel, Predicted XI Argentina’s players to watch: Lionel Messi, Emiliano Martinez, and Rodrigo de Paul. Argentina’s players carrying yellow cards: Gonzalo Montiel, Marcos, and Acuna. Netherlands’ performance so far in the 2022 World Cup Among the top teams, the Netherlands is the first to never win the World Cup title. The Dutch had to be satisfied with being runners-up in 1974 and 1978. In the 1978 final, they lost 3-1 to the hosts, Argentina. The Netherlands has been passed the group stage quite silently. After defeating Senegal 2-0 in the first match, they drew 1-1 with Ecuador in the second match. The Dutch played in a light mood in the last match with a 2-0 win against Qatar and reached the last sixteen. The three-time World Cup runners-up are now preparing to face Lionel Messi’s Argentina in the quarterfinals after beating the USA 3-1 in the last 16. There is no reason to doubt that this is going to be the toughest match for the Dutch at the World Cup in Qatar so far. The Netherlands does not have any significant injury reports. Memphis Depay has improved his fitness, and he should be comfortable playing a full 90 minutes in the quarterfinal. Netherlands’s players to watch: Virgil van Dijk, Denzel Dumfries, and Cody Gakpo. Netherlands’ players carrying yellow cards: Matthijs de Ligt, Nathan Ake, Teun Koopmeiners, Frenkie de Jong. Read More: FIFA World Cup 2022 Brazil vs Croatia LIVE Streaming: Where and How to watch online and TV Channel, Predicted XI Probable starting squad of Argentina vs Netherlands Quarterfinal Match Argentina Emiliano Martinez, Molina, Romero, Otamendi, Acuna, De Paul, Fernandez, Mac Allister, Messi, Di Maria, Alvarez. Netherlands Noppert, Timber, Van Dijk, Ake, Dumfries, De Roon, De Jong, Blind, Klaassen, Gakpo, Depay Argentina vs Netherlands Match Prediction The past history of the fight between these two teams, however, is in favor of the Netherlands. So far, the Netherlands has played five times in the World Cup with Argentina and won twice. Argentina won once. Two matches have been drawn. One of the two matches that were drawn was the 2014 World Cup semi-final. Argentina defeated the Netherlands in a tiebreaker to reach the final. As per this World Cup performance, Argentina’s defense is shaky, and the Netherlands can find the gap anytime. According to Opta Analyst’s match prediction model, Argentina has a 44.2% chance to win the game in 90 minutes, while the Netherlands has 27.1%. However, there is a 28.7% chance of a draw and proceeding to the tiebreaker. Final Words Overall, Argentina and Netherlands have met nine times so far. Among them, the margin of victory is heavy for the Europeans. Against their four-match winning streak, Argentina has won three times. In this game, both teams will surely try to secure a win. So, the FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022 quarterfinal Argentina vs Netherlands match will be an exciting battle between two of the rivals, and it will be interesting to see who comes out on top. Read More: FIFA World Cup 2022: Quarter Final Overview
FIFA World Cup 2022 Argentina vs Netherlands LIVE Streaming: Where and How to watch online and TV Channel, Predicted XI
Here you can get all the details as to When, Where, and how you can watch the FIFA World Cup 2022 between Argentina vs Netherlands Live Streaming on Quarterfinal FIFA World Cup2022 Quarterfinal: Argentina vs Netherlands are set to face off in the quarterfinal of the Qatar World Cup 2022 on December 10. Both of the team Argentina and the Netherlands are looking equally balanced also have not faced enough resistance to reach this stage. Argentina and Netherlands most recent meeting came in a knockout match in the World Cup 2014. And even after 120 minutes of regulation time, both teams failed to open the net. How and Where to watch FIFA World Cup 2022 Argentina vs Netherlands live in Bangladesh? Bangladesh has a large number of fans who are watching FIFA World Cup 2022. Viewers can watch the match live on all of these channels: T Sports, BTV, PTE LTD and Viacom 18. Toffee apps FIFA World Cup 2022 live-The digital platform powered by Banglalink FIFA world cup Qatar 2022 is being live telecasting on various apps. Bangladesh viewers can enjoy live stream between France vs Poland online the World Cup games on Toffee, the digital platform powered by Banglalink. On social media Facebook pages and YouTube channels also live Argentina vs Netherlands match. How to watch Argentina vs Netherlands live stream in India In India, the World Cup is being live streamed on Sports18, but every game is being shown for free and in 4K via the JioCinema app. You can live stream Argentina vs Netherlands Friday Night. In Hindi, English, Malayalam, Bengali and Tamil Coverage is available and the JioCinema app is compatible with Chromecast, if you want to get a big-screen experience. How to watch Argentina vs Netherlands live stream in Australia Soccer fans in Australia can enjoy Argentina vs Netherlands, along with every World Cup 2022 game, on free-to-air SBS. You can tune in on your TV or live stream Argentina vs Netherlands using SBS if you need. This is free to use SBS on Demand and also it works on a range of smart devices as well as mobile phones, web browsers and smart TVs How to watch Argentina vs Netherlands live stream World Cup 2022 soccer in the US without cable Argentina vs Netherlands live stream without cable Don’t` worry If you don't have cable TV, you can enjoy match live. A cord-cutting service is what for instant access to Fox and FS1. Sling Blue is the cheapest. Its only $40 per month but you needs to get first month half-price with this discount. All of the matches of the World Cup is also being telecasted live on Peacock TV. The Peacock price may in at $4.99 a month and the service also proposals live coverage of the WWE, NFL, EPL and. If you want to subscribe to Peacock, Sling or any other US live streaming service, and find yourself unable to access coverage because you're out of the country, you can consider using a VPN Read more: FIFA World Cup 2022 Brazil vs Croatia LIVE Streaming: Where and How to watch online and TV Channel, Predicted XI How to watch Argentina vs Netherlands live streaming from UK Football suckers in the UK can watch Argentina vs Netherlands live sluice for free on BBC iPlayer, along with numerous further World Cup 2022 games, as content of the event is resolve unevenly between the BBC and ITV. UK Football suckers can enjoy live match of BBC iPlayer that's free to use, It works across a wide range of bias including laptops, smart TVs, mobile phones, games consoles, tablets and others streaming sticks. You can watch all the other FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 live aqueducts for free on ITV Hub. Argentina vs Netherlands match live: Where can you watch live on TV Channel? United States –: Fox Sports app, FOX, Telemundo, fuboTV, , Telemundo Deportes En Vivo United Kingdom –: BBC Sport Website, BBC One; Live Stream: BBC iPlayer, Australia –: Live Stream: SBS On Demand, SBS; Nigeria – Showmax Pro and SuperSport. Singapore –: Channel 5, Mediacorp; Live Stream on Singapore: StarHub TV+, IPTV, Singtel TV Hong Kong – Live Stream: Now TV, ViuTV: BeIN Sports, ITV; Canada –: TSN app, CTV, TSN, fuboTV, Malaysia –: Astro Go, RTM, Astro, Live Stream Where will the Quarter Final match between Argentina and Netherlands FIFA World Cup 2022 be held? The FIFA World Cup 2022 Quarter Final match between Argentina and Netherlands will be held at the Lusail Stadium. What time will the Quarter Final match between Argentina and Netherlands FIFA World Cup 2022 kick off? The FIFA World Cup 2022 Quarter Final match between Argentina and Netherlands will start at 12:30 am IST. Argentina vs Netherlands lineups: FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Argentina possible starting lineup: Argentina XI (4-3-3): Messi, Romero, Di Maria, Martinez; Molina, Otamendi, , Acuna; Mac Allister, De Paul, Fernandez;, Alvarez. Netherlands possible starting lineup Predicted Netherlands XI (3-4-1-2): Timber, Dumfries, Noppert; Van Dijk, Aké; De Roon, De Jong, Blind; Klaassen; Memphis, Gakpo.
Netherlands vs USA FIFA World Cup 2022 LIVE Streaming: Where and how to watch Live online, TV Channel, predicted XI, Round 16
NED vs USA, FIFA World Cup 2022: Here is all you need to know before the FIFA World Cup 2022 round of 16 clash between Netherlands and USA game at the Khalifa International Stadium. FIFA World Cup Group stage was filled with some exciting matches. Here comes the knockout stages where the stakes will be much higher every game. The teams that lose, go home. It is as simple as that. The first match of the FIFA World Cup 2022 Round of 16 will be played between the Netherlands and the USA. The Dutch could not qualify for the FIFA 2018 in Russia after finishing third at Brazil 2014. The same goes for the American team. They could not qualify last time either. The Netherlands topped Group A with two victories and a tie, defeating Senegal 2-0 in the opening match, drawing with Ecuador 1-1 and beating host Qatar 2-0. The United States finished second in Group B after drawing with England and Wales and winning 1-0 over Iran. 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A VPN is a piece of software that allows you to change your apparent location and World 2022 live streams from any country and streaming service you need. They're easy to use and super-secure. We rate ExpressVPN as the best VPN for streaming. Netherlands vs USA Match live on TV Channels Bangladesh: BTV, Gazi TV, T-SportsIndia: Sports18, Sports18 HD, Sony TV NetworksPakistan: ARY Digital NetworkNepal: Media Hub Private LimitedMalaysia: Astro GOSingapore: Singtel TV GO, CAST, StarHub TV+, MeWatchNew Zealand: Sky Go, Sky Sport NOWIndian Subcontinent: Sony Network Where and What time and date will the FIFA World Cup 2022 Netherlands vs USA match are played? The Netherlands vs USA match will be played on December 3 at 08:30 PM ISTin the Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan. Netherlands vs USA lineups: FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Predicted lineup Netherlands predicted XI vs USA: Andries Noppert; Jurrien Timber, Virgil van Dijk, Nathan Ake; Denzel Dumfries, Marten de Roon, Frenkie de Jong, Daley Blind; Davy Klaassen; Memphis Depay, Cody Gakpo USA predicted XI vs Netherlands (4-2-2): Matt Turner; Sergino Dest, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Tim Ream, Antonee Robinson; Tyler Adams, Yunus Musah, Weston McKennie; Christian Pulisic, Josh Sargent, Timothy Weah. Netherlands vs USA: Head-to-head record In the five games played between the two sides, the Netherlands have won four of them while the USA has only managed one victory. Read More: Argentina vs Australia FIFA World Cup 2022 LIVE Streaming: Where and how to watch Live online, TV Channel, predicted XI, Round 16
Netherlands, IOM join hands to improve environment, strengthen resilience of Rohingyas, host communities in Cox’s Bazar
The Netherlands will provide USD 7.5 million to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) for a project aims to provide multi-sectoral support assistance for the Rohingya refugees and the host communities in Cox’s Bazar. The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Dhaka and the IOM have signed an agreement for the implementation of ‘Restoring the Environment and Strengthening Resilience of Rohingya Refugees and Host Communities in Cox’s Bazar’ project. An Exchange of Notes was signed by Chargé d’Affaires Thijs Woudstra, Deputy Ambassador of the Netherlands to Bangladesh, and Fathima Nusrath Ghazzali, Officer in Charge of IOM Bangladesh at the IOM Office in Dhaka on Monday. Cox’s Bazar District, currently hosting nearly one million Rohingya refugees since 2017, is prone to natural disasters and climate change impacts. Refugees and host communities are vulnerable to landslides and floods, particularly during cyclones which can occur annually. Read more: IOM unveils first 12 of 100 under-construction community clinics in Cox’s Bazar The temporary and often weak shelter structures in which the refugees live further exacerbate not only the vulnerability of the refugees to natural disasters but also psychosocial stress. For this reason, the project seeks to integrate mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) into the Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) activities. This integrated approach adopted by the Netherlands and IOM aims to build resilient communities and reduce negative mental health and psychosocial outcomes, and to increase the community’s capacity in DRR prevention and preparedness as well as their resilience to hazardous events. It is envisioned that 196,463 people from refugee and host communities will benefit from the project, receiving assistance through the continued operation and maintenance of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) facilities, environmental rehabilitation activities and MHPSS (psychiatric consultations, counseling, case management). Some 18,000 beneficiaries will receive lay-counseling by trained community volunteers. At least 200 volunteers will be trained on Psychological First Aid (PFA), lay counseling, stress management and other MHPSS-related and residence-oriented topics. At least 18 community support groups will be established, involving 180 community members. The project will also benefit at least 30,000 refugee families (approximately 150,000 people) living in the Balukhali landslide and flood-prone areas (inside the camps) and 3,000 families from the Bangladeshi host communities (approximately 16,410 people) living in the area outside the refugee camps. Read more: Bangladesh can’t & shouldn’t bear Rohingyas’ responsibility alone: IOM “The Rohingya live in congested camps with limited opportunities and complex challenges. Host communities also face issues that increase their vulnerability, including strained resources, limited market access, limited employment opportunities, insufficient infrastructure, and recurring environmental shocks," said Ghazzali, "With support from the Netherlands, IOM will provide life-saving support to Rohingya refugees and host communities, contributing to improved social harmony and human security. This will include providing essential services focusing on camp life; mental health; disaster risk reduction, and water, sanitation & hygiene,” she added. Chargé d’Affaires Thijs Woudstra expressed hope that the support from the Government of the Netherlands will help to improve the living conditions of both Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshi communities and mitigate disaster risks. “We particularly value the innovative angle this project takes in integrating MHPSS in DRR. Increasing community resilience and preparing the community to adequately respond to disasters is key to ensure a sustainable reduction of disaster risks for refugees and host communities in Cox’s Bazar.” the Deputy Ambassador said. The project will be implemented in coordination with the government of Bangladesh and other relevant stakeholders.