Over three million people throughout 21 districts are influenced by the monsoon flood in Bangladesh.
They’ve been left handed with missing crops and livelihoods because of the 23rd of July.
Meanwhile, over 7.5 million people throughout the nation are still in danger of flood.
Around India, Bangladesh, and Nepal the humanitarian catastrophe is transitioning in the pure weather catastrophe.
For people who’ve lost their houses to rising seas and storms, 20 housing blocks are constructed to give shelter for a number of the rising numbers of displaced in Bangladesh.
They started on 23 July at the Cox’s Bazar district of southeastern Bangladesh home around 650 households – and there are plans for more.
The United Nations has recognized the country as one of the most exposed to a warming world.