Following a Household Survey in the CHT in 2013, people are now much better fed, recording a 56% reduction of food deficient months from 2008 baseline (1.2 months per year down from 2.7 months).
Average per-capita daily food energy intake now surpasses the poverty line, from 1,797 kilo-calories in 2008 to 2,033 kilo-calories in 2013.
Furthermore, Ministry of Chittagong Hill Tracts Affairs (Mo CHTA) and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (Mo HFW) signed an agreement to provide salary support to CHSWs and CSBAs from 1 October 2015 until the 30 June 2016.
A total of 3,507 Para/Village Development Committees (PDCs) and 1,935 Para Nari/Women Development Group (PNDGs) have been organized, trained and supported to manage and implement community development projects benefiting 115,107 households across 26 Upazilas of CHT.
Apart from these, newly introduced NICHE-01 program specially design for the Army, Navy & Air Forces new recruits has been given new dimension in BOU’s Ctg RRC education.
The RRC has four Sub-Regional offices as Cox’s Bazar, Rangamati, Khagrachari and Bandarban by which the office gets a strong educational potentiality.
Over 20,000 children have received access to primary education through 315 primary schools, managed by Hill District Councils (HDCs) with support from UNDP.
A network of 1,000 Community Health Service Workers (CHSWs) and Community Skilled Birth Attendants (CSBAs) has been established, providing over half a million CHT people with increased access to basic health services.
Modern Chittagong is Bangladesh's second most significant urban center after Dhaka.
Even though several parts of the Peace Accord have not yet been implemented, peace has been consolidated in the region.
Namely, 65% of over 2,500 surveyed households reported that they confidently move everywhere outside their own village as compared to 34.5% prior to the Accord.
SID-CHT project is implemented in all 121 Unions of 26 Upazilas in three Hill Districts of Rangamati, Khagrachari and Bandarban.
It's main focus is inclusiveness of all communities in the area, and it will have a stronger impact on ecosystems, social development, and development of institutions.