IFRC


Bangladesh

24 March 2017

Living a life of uncertainty

Shortage of food, clean water and medical services is beginning to take its toll on displaced communities living in makeshift camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Red Crescent provides relief for displaced communities in makeshift camps in Cox's Bazar as living conditions worsen
8 March 2017

Red Crescent provides relief for displaced communities in makeshift camps in Cox's Bazar as living conditions worsen

Thousands of families living in temporary camps are deprived of their basic needs and are exposed to the spread of diseases
Turning knowledge into habits in rural Bangladesh
8 February 2017

Turning knowledge into habits in rural Bangladesh

Red Crescent started a Community Development Initiative project in Padmapukur to install household latrines, tube wells and provide good personal hygiene practices training to communities in Bangladesh
Living on dangerous lands
14 November 2016

Living on dangerous lands

Millions of people in Bangladesh are left homeless each year due to seasonal flooding and river erosion
River erosion – a silent disaster in Bangladesh
5 September 2016

River erosion – a silent disaster in Bangladesh

Government estimates around 17,000 houses in Bangladesh have been washed away completely due to river erosion
Snakes, floods and the struggle for food
23 August 2016

Snakes, floods and the struggle for food

Around 37 percent of the population in Jamalpur district has been affected by the floods
IFRC launches emergency appeal to help thousands in Bangladesh struck by monsoon floods
17 August 2016

IFRC launches emergency appeal to help thousands in Bangladesh struck by monsoon floods

Around 3.7 million people in northern Bangladesh affected by severe floods
Monsoon floods threaten Bangladesh communities
8 August 2016

Monsoon floods threaten Bangladesh communities

Monsoon floods in Bangladesh have hit 1.9 million people.
Cyclone Roanu – holding on for life in Bangladesh
20 June 2016

Cyclone Roanu – holding on for life in Bangladesh

Full moon, high tide and Cyclone Roanu triggered deadly tidal surge in the coast of Bangladesh
Thousands in Bangladesh face a daily struggle for survival in the aftermath of Cyclone Roanu
9 June 2016

Thousands in Bangladesh face a daily struggle for survival in the aftermath of Cyclone Roanu

Without immediate support, thousands of families in the coastal districts of Bangladesh face a grim future ahead
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