Case Study - MAUSA - Qurbani Project 2022 - Hasina


Project Title

Qurbani Project for the Rohingya Population in Bangladesh 2022 




Ukhiya Upazila, Cox’s Bazar District, Chittagong Division 


Food Security and Nutrition 

Project Beneficiary 

Hasina (female), age 38 years

Challenges experienced by beneficiary 

  • Her Family receives only basic food from WFP and other agencies
  • They could not eat meat after last Qurbani
  • She can’t manage nutritious food specially protein for his family members.

Project impact

  • Her family got an opportunity to enjoy meat from this qurbani distribution
  • Her children are very happy to enjoy the Eid-Ul-Adha
  • Complemented nutritional and psychological values of the family members
  • Increased food security 

Completed Case Study

Hasina (38) was the one unlike thousands of terrorized Rohingya who fled from Myanmar in August 2017 as they came under violent attack by the army. She was luckily escaped from the army with his family. Once Hasina has her own house in Rakhaine but now lives with husband and three sons at a temporary shelter in Cox’s Bazar Refugee camp. 

Although WFP provides rice, lentils and oil as basic food items which hardly cater nutritional demand. This year qurbani project by MAUSA, implemented by GUSS was a blessings for the family. Qurbani meats ensured a good source of protein for the adults and children. 

Beneficiary Quotation #1

“Tears filled my eyes after receiving this Qurbani meat. It’s a special gift for us as we have no money or opportunity to buy meat”.

Beneficiary Quotation #2

“Shukriya to MAUSA & GUSS for giving us the chance to eat meat in this Eid-Ul-Adha”. Allah SWT will bless you”.