Gender in Humanitarian Action (GiHA) of UN Women, Cox’s Bazar: A network of organizations working on gender issues in humanitarian response in Cox's Bazar. JNUS is one of the partners of this network.
Cox's Bazar CSO-NGO Forum (CCNF): A network of local CSOs and NGOs in Cox's Bazar to promote a human Rights and gender-responsive society building positive engagement with the government. It is dedicated to promoting the localization agenda at the local level. JNUS is one of the members of this forum.
Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA): It is a network of organizations that are directly involved in preventing sexual exploitation and abuse in humanitarian response in Cox's Bazar. JNUS is an active member of this network.
Gender Hub: This network works for strengthening the accountability of humanitarian actors in respect to gender equality and empowerment of women and girls in the Rohingya refugees and host communities. JNUS is a member of this network.
NGO Platform: This network, established in 2018, is the platform of more than 100 local, national and international NGOs active in the humanitarian response programs in Cox’s Bazar. The key functions of the network are to share information, strengthen coordination in humanitarian advocacy, support capacity building of the partners and increase accountability among them. JNUS is an active member of this network.
Bangladesh Women's Humanitarian Platform: This network of women-led organizations is maintained by OXFAM, Bangladesh. JNUS is an active member of this platform.
Amrai Pari Paribarik Nirjaton Protirodh Jot (WE CAN): It is a collective platform of civil society, organizations, individuals, institutions, and others aiming for ending violence against women. JNUS is running a local committee under this platform for extending support to women victims in Cox's Bazar.
Bikashito Nari Network of the Hunger Project: It is one of the largest networks of women-led organizations and women leaders in Bangladesh. JNUS is an active member of this network.
Vision 2021 Forum: It is a network of civil society organizations working with the goal of creating a self-reliant and hunger-free Bangladesh. JNUS is an active member of this forum.
Association of Development Agencies in Bangladesh (ADAB): ADAB is the leading and largest coordinating organization of the NGOs working in Bangladesh. JNUS is the partner of ADAB.
Global Network of Women Peace-Builders (GNWP): GNWP is a coalition of over 100 women’s rights organizations from over 40 countries around the world. JNUS is a partner of this coalition.
Generation Equality Forum’s Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) and Humanitarian Action (HA) Compact: It is a global network to bring together key supporters and champions of the WPS and HA agendas to focus on monitoring and accountability, coordination and financing to implement WPS and humanitarian action commitments. JNUS is a member of this network.
Networks among the Beneficiaries
JNUS Women’s Lawyer Association (JWLA)
JNUS has recently formed a network titled ‘JNUS Women’s Lawyer Association’ consisting of ten prominent women lawyers in Bangladesh. The members of this association are dedicated and committed to extend any form of legal support to the helpless, poor, vulnerable women and girls including women victims. It has been a long-cherished dream of forming this kind of association since JNUS started its operation in 2010 to strengthen the women’s protection regime in the country. The primary objectives of this association are to provide legal aid support & policy advocacy for women to end all forms of discrimination and violence against women. JNUS Women’s Lawyer Association (JWLA) is now in its early stage and planning to administer a series of activities to promote gender equality and end all forms of violence & sexual exploitation against women across the country.
The members of this network are as follows: