Sundarbans coastal region is known as single largest mangrove forest in the world. This forest is also popular for its heritage, diversified biodiversity, natural beauty and also known as the disaster vulnerable area due to its geographic location. The people who live adjacent to the Sundarbans coastal region live under the threat of natural disaster. Every year cyclones visit in this area, wash out the crop lands, fish farms, destroy houses and people died due to several disasters. Beside this, the area is highly saline and people can not grow as usual agricultural products. The people live below the poverty line and depend on the forest resources. There is water everywhere in the Sundarbans coastal region but limited water to drink due to the salinity of the water. Those people are deprived from the basic human needs. They live a miserable life and this winter has made their life more difficult. They are not economically stable to buy enough woolen cloths to warm themselves. As a result, they use to collect dry leaves and fire them to make them warm. They do not have sufficient woolen cloths to fight with this winter. For this reason, the aged people and children are infected with several flue and death rate increased due to extreme cold.
So, it is our earnest request to all our donors to come forward for the aid of those victim people. We hope that all our donors will start monthly recurring donation for the helpless and vulnerable coastal people.
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