Just weeks after the disastrous cyclone Mora the country was hit again by the nation's deadliest landslide ever on June 13, 2017, killing 156 people and 1,000+ injured and leaving over 5,000 people homeless.
Army, Fire Service & Civil Defense, Police and local volunteers continued rescue operation and were able to rescue over 2,500 people and still searching for the 150+ missing persons.
The casualties include two army officer and two soldiers who were taking part in the rescue operation.
Affected people took refuge in the government shelter, these shelters are hosting thousands of people who either lost their homes during the disaster or afraid to return to their unsafe homes.
We are appealing for urgent assistance in Bangladesh as the injured people need immediate medical supports and survivors are struggling to get sufficient food, water, and medical supply.
The rehabilitation process will take months and Bangladesh government is trying best withing it's capacity to provide emergency relief, medical supplies, and to re-accommodate these affected people.
We are collaborating with local volunteers and government officials to provide urgent assistance. We ensure 100% transparency of the process and you will be able to track every penny where it goes. We will keep every donor updated.
Please donate to save lives and transform landslide affected communities in Bangladesh.