Millions need your help after floods devastate Bangladesh.

The sheer scale of this crisis means there still isn’t enough food, medication or clean drinking water.

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Man stading by flooded area (Chars, Bangladesh)

Bangladesh is thought to be facing the worst floods in over 100 years. More than a third of the country has been submerged. At least 115 people have died and more than 5.7 million are affected.

The government and NGOs are struggling to cope with the extent of the disaster and warn of risk of disease as well as shortages of crucial supplies including food, medication and clean drinking water.

More than half a million homes have been damaged while over 400,000 hectares of farmland have been destroyed. (Source: The Guardian)

Bangladesh is thought to be facing the worst floods in over 100 years. More than a third of the country has been submerged. At least 115 people have died and more than 5.7 million are affected.

The government and NGOs are struggling to cope with the extent of the disaster and warn of risk of disease as well as shortages of crucial supplies including food, medication and clean drinking water.

More than half a million homes have been damaged while over 400,000 hectares of farmland have been destroyed. (Source: The Guardian)

Man stading by flooded area (Chars, Bangladesh)
Friendship Hospital Ship - Friendship NGO Bangaldesh

Bring aid directly to the people

Friendship has helped evacuate people (and their cattle) from their houses, provided shelters on raised grounds, set up temporary latrines, distributed food and organised emergency aid camps. However the humanitarian situation remains extremely serious and will be for some time.

We’re doing all we can to help, but much more assistance is urgently needed to mobilise supplementary resources.

$10 can provide food for a family for a week

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$30 covers the installation costs of a latrine

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$45 covers the installation costs of a tube well

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$65 brings basic medical aid to a community

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To distribute food to 10,000 households for 5 days

To repair and reconstruct around 100 damaged schools, houses and community structures

To install 50 tube-wells ensuring access to safe drinking water

To distribute seeds to 2,000 households to minimize their crop damages and meet family nutritional demands

To install 50 latrines to reduce the spreading of disease

Have a question? Email us at info-bd@friendship.ngo