SHEBA, a one and half year project, has been designed by BLAST, Nari Pakkha and JNUS to provide support, refer-ral, mediation and where appropriate, litigation services through engaging the local level administration and the host community to prevent and respond to gender-based violence (GBV). The beneficiaries of this project include Bangladeshi women and girls living in five Unions of Ukhia Upazilla in Cox's Bazar and the Rohingya women and girls and living in the two refugee camps (Camp 03 & camp 15). This project is intended to work directly with a number of women affected by violence in Myanmar to help them become survivors and activists. The target of this project is to provide support to 4000 adolescent boys and girls and 4000 men and women to be select-ed from both host and Rohingya communities. This project is funded by Laudes Foundation.