DEALING WITH NATURAL DISASTERS
Some of the effects climate change has on Bangladesh and its inhabitants.
What we do
We prepare communities to deal with natural disasters
We deliver immediate emergency relief
We help people recover after natural disaster
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Your donations will have a huge impact on the lives of those who need it most
How we make a difference
Floods in 2016 and 2017
Floods in 2016 and 2017 triggered by heavy rainfall affected millions of people leaving thousands homeless (or displaced) and causing damage to their crops, killing their herds, thus losing their livelihoods. Thanks to your donations, Friendship was able to distribute over 20,000 food packs to remote char communities during the relief phase of the floods in 2016.
Cyclone Roanu in 2016
Cyclone Roanu battered the southern coast of Bangladesh in 2016 forcing half a million people to flee their homes. Friendship was able to provide healthcare services to 1750 patients in the affected communities of Hatiya, Kutubdia and Kuakata.
“The poor cannot afford poor solutions”
Runa Khan (founder of Friendship)