DOT Desk:  World Bank has addressed the Rohingya issue on its website yesterday, reports The Daily Star.  In the form of question-and-answer, World Bank addressed its position on Rohingya repatriation, its Refugee Policy Review and other issues.
 The questions and answers are as follow: What is the B’s position on the repatriation of the displaced Rohingya population? The World Bank is helping Bangladesh address the needs of the displaced Rohingya population until their safe and voluntary return to Myanmar. The World Bank is also supporting Bangladesh to minimize the impact of the influx on the host communities.
 How much has the World Bank committed to support Bangladesh to address the challenges created by the influx of the displaced Rohingya population? The World Bank has committed $590 million for Bangladesh to address the health, informal education, safety net, water and sanitation, and basic infrastructure, including climate resilient roads, solar street lights, and disaster preparedness needs of both the displaced Rohingya and host communities in Cox’s Bazar.
 Does the Refugee Policy Review make specific recommendations to Bangladesh regarding the Rohingya population? No, the review does not make any country-specific