The flooding in Bangladesh is causing wide scale destruction leaving dozens of people dead and millions stranded. It is being described as potentially the country’s worst since 2004.
The flooding in Bangladesh is causing wide scale destruction leaving dozens of people dead and millions stranded.
It is being described as potentially the country’s worst since 2004.
Water levels in all major rivers across Bangladesh are rising, according to the flood forecasting and warning centre in Dhaka, the nation's capital.
Millions of people have been displaced and over 200,000 are now living in makeshift accommodations.
The floods have destroyed homes, public infrastructure and access to clean water, food and healthcare in many areas.
Muntada Aid team is on ground reaching some of these stranded communities. Our teams are currently delivering monthly food packs to displaced families in Sylhet, in northeast Bangladesh.
Muntada Aid has been in Bangladesh over for over a decade now delivering humanitarian assistance and medical services to vulnerable communities.
Our Bangladesh emergency food pack provides essential food to a family of 7 people for whole month. With a donation of just £40, you will be providing these families with the following food items in this time of crisis.
|Cooking Oil||2 Litres|
You have the power to help us reach more people and help them in their hour of need. With just £40 of donation, you can provide a vulnerable family food for whole month.
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