floods in bangladesh

Always Prepared

Always Prepared

Young volunteer rescuers spring into action during climate disasters by Naushad Ali Husein Shahjadi Begum woke up at 1 a.m. to find the river roaring through her veranda. Before going to sleep, she had organized her things so that she could easily move out if she had...

Nature Spares No One

Nature Spares No One

Floods in Bangladesh hit 5 million people A Woman leaves with a clutch of medicine from an emergency medical camp in Sundarganj, Gaibandha. PC: Jakariya Jasim Uddin has managed to get within a stone’s throw from his home by boat. But now the boat struggles, squeezed...

No raincheck at Rohingya camp

No raincheck at Rohingya camp

Humanitarian services remain open despite catastrophic monsoon On what was previously just a hilly forest, The Kutupalong Expansion Sites which shelter some 600,000 of a million Rohingya people living in Bangladesh were built in a matter of weeks. Denuded two years...

Floods in Bangladesh and Friendship’s Response

Floods in Bangladesh and Friendship’s Response

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HVwI_8gVlw In Bangladesh, heavy monsoon rainfall since 9 July 2019 has caused massive flooding and erosion, breached dams, snapped road and rail links, inundated crop fields and forced educational institutions to close. It has also led...