Bangladesh is widely considered to be one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change which has consequently affecting millions of its people. Increasing levels of rains have caused excessive flash floods and therefore caused the devastation of homes and livelihoods while displacing hundreds of thousands of people. Vastly struggling with the effects of climate change, the influx of over one million Rohingya refugees through its borders has stretched the resources of the country to breaking point.
The Bangladeshi initially welcomed the Rohingya, attempting to provide food, shelter and even means to make a living. However, as the influx of people continued across the border, the hosts have struggled to meet the emergency needs of the refugees. Crisis Aid is on the ground providing emergency aid to these devastated people but we cannot carry on with this crucial work without your help Read more..