If Disaster Hit – It Made the Children Most Vulnerable

Project: Talent Development 7th June 2017

Experience shared by Humanitarian Trainees under DEPP Talent Development project

Every year different types of disaster hits in Bangladesh. This year five districts have been affected by sudden and unusual flash flood due to heavy rainfall, pre monsoon raining and water fall from Indian hills and poor construction of Dam caused unusual flood in unusual time. Hobiganj northeast part of Bangladesh is one of them which is surround by lots of HAORs (stagnant water bodies). Humanitarian trainees shared their knowledge acquired from Talent Development Trainee scheme with government officials including DRROs, read about their experience and see photos from their work in the document below.

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