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Recycling Value Chain Analysis in Teknaf and Ukhia (Bangladesh)

Subject/Objective: 
In November-December 2018, a Recycling Value Chain Analysis (RVCA) in Teknaf and Ukhia analysis was undertaken as part of the project on Solid Waste Management in camps and host communities. This report aims at identifying the main bottlenecks of the value chain that hamper the value and flow of waste recyclables, as well as do no harm to the livelihoods of those individuals or enterprises formally or informally involved in the recycling sector in both Upazilas. UNDP has integrated the main results of this study as part of the SWM project’s strategy to strengthen the existing recycling sector, as well as to enhance the coordination among all the SWM sector organizations having intervention on the recycling private sector in camps and host communities.
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Assessment Date(s): 
01 Nov 2018 to 30 Dec 2018
Status: 
Report completed
Population Type(s): 
Host communities
Refugees
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s): 
United Nations Development Programme
Participating Organization(s): 
Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency
Location(s): 
Bangladesh