JNUS, in association with BLAST and Naripokkho and funded by the C&A foundation, implemented a three years (2018-2020) project to enhance the protection regime of vulnerable women and girls in the refugee camps and host community. Under this project, JNUS provided support, referral, mediation and, where appropriate, litigation services to Rohbingya camps and host communities; engaged local administration and the leaders of host community through prevention and responding Gender-Based Violence (GBV); helped women affected by violence in Myanmar becoming survivors and activists; extended services to adolescent girls and boys, women in host and refugee population, men in host and refugee population in five Unions of Ukhiya Uapzilla in Cox’s Bazar District. The project had specially delivered legal services that included legal advice, support to litigation, mediation, referral and psychosocial counselling. Under this project, fifty Self Help Groups (SHGs) had been activated to act as a preventing force against any form of violence and discrimination against women and girls.