I am a British Bangladeshi, Volunteering to raise funds for Bangladesh Flood victims, helping Arona Foundation Bangladesh. My reference is www.aronafoundation.org
The fund will be raised and send to Bangladesh. The Volunteer organisation will supply food , emergency medicines, and other health safety-related materials to the flood victims. 4 million people are affected in the Northern district of Sylhet Bangladesh, which is my motherland. It is necessary for me and its moral obligation to help my village people.
My Bangladesh volunteer organisation worked during pandemic. I had a fundraiser program with them in facebook with the fb id page aronafoundation last two years back for your reference.
More than 72 percent of Sylhet division is under water as of June 16th and onward Flood is surrounding all over the Sylhet Division.
Out of four districts in Sylhet division – 89 percent area of Sunamganj, 72 percent of Sylhet, 70 percent of Habiganj, and 50 percent of Moulvibazar was submerged.
The Flood Forecasting and Warning Centre (FFWC) said, the water level will rise further in the Sylhet division as heavy to very heavy rainfall is likely in the Sylhet division in the next 24 hours.
Monsoon rains have caused widespread flooding in northeastern Bangladesh and India, stranding nearly 6 million people and killing at least 41 people.
The flooding in Bangladesh, described by a government expert as potentially the country’s worst since 2004, was exacerbated by the runoff from heavy rain across Indian mountains.
“Much of the country’s northeast is under water and the situation is getting worse as heavy downpour continues,” said Mohammad Mosharraf Hossain, chief administrator of Bangladesh’s Sylhet region.
Before this week’s rains, the Sylhet region was still recovering from what was then its worst flooding in nearly two decades late last month, when at least 10 people were killed and four million others were affected.
Bangladesh and India have experienced increasing extreme weather in recent years, causing large-scale damage. Environmentalists warn climate change could lead to more disasters, especially in low-lying and densely populated Bangladesh.
Bangladesh’s Sunamganj district – the worst hit – is nearly cut off from the rest of the country and the Bangladesh Government is taking steps to distribute relief and helping the distress people .
Amid the flood, electricity supply to the hilly areas of Sunamganj and Chhatak areas has been halted. The electricity supply of the Sylhet area might also be
interrupted since the grid of the Kumargaon sub-station has been submerged.
More than 40 lakh people remain marooned in different upazilas and towns while other areas are on the verge of being inundated in the Sylhet division.
As days pass, the cry for rescue and relief is intensifying in the flood-affected areas. Many parts remain unreachable due to the high tide of floodwater and the shortages of vessels.
Arona Foundation has started the process of providing services to the people affected by Sylhet division of Bangladesh this year June 2022. At the initial stage, an initiative has been taken to start the 30 Days - Flood Relief Program Emergency supplies of Food & medicines to 3000 people & for 2000 stray animals in the Sylhet divisons.
Arona Foundation is led by Arona International an education consulting firm in Bangladesh which earlier worked in the first pandemic attack which held on last year under the project name Corona Street Asia , which was massively reported in all national news paper of Bangladesh and in USA , too,
Please help and donate to https://aronafoundation.org/donate/
for the cause of the humanity and save the flood affected victims of Bangladesh. For more information, please visit – Arona Foundation Please Thanking you in anticipation.