Emergency flood victim support

Emergency flood victim support

We will offer people food and medicine and emergency shelter

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AMS Foundation is assessing an emergency situation in northeastern Bangladesh which is affected by  a long period of heavy rain from 29 March to 07 April and has destroyed  crops and other means of livelihood.

Mr. Ajit Baran Talukder Bangladesh representative of  AMS Foundation Sylhet said that the  disaster management agency is evaluating a damage done by floods that have submerged vast areas in the haor wetland region which covers seven districts. Most of the evaluations are being done in Sunamganj district in Sylhet division, which has been the hardest hit area.

Under our project we will offer people food items, which they need most, as well as money if they need it. Where necessary, we will give them medicine because various waterborne diseases hit affected communities after flooding,

We also will help people as much as we can but we have also designed a project to make communities able to fight disasters like flooding and drought effectively in the long run,

AMS Foundation will collaborate government and other NGOs to determine most needy communities in that flood affected area of Bangladesh.

Sunamganj district lies in the haor area where people rely on winter rice plantations for a yearlong supply of their staple food as well as fishing and duck farming. A haor is a bowl-shaped tectonic depression in the floodplains. It receives surface runoff water from rivers and canals, and becomes an extensive, turbulent water body in the monsoon season only to dry up in the post-monsoon period.

A problem since late March, the current flooding has been caused by a combination of unseasonal heavy rains and an onrush of water from upstream rivers in neighboring India.

Bangladesh is among the most disaster-prone and climate vulnerable countries in the world, and is frequently hit by floods, drought, and tropical cyclones, with significant losses of lives and substantial costs to the economy. 

The country's Department of Disaster Management reported that 102,875 people have been affected. 125,885 hectares of crops, chiefly rice, were damaged. 

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