Shelters in Disaster

Sitrang

Disaster Date: 25 Oct, 2022

Sitrang originated from an area of ​​low pressure near the Bay of Bengal offshore the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on October 17. Sitrang caused the evacuation of about a million people, resulting in at least 35 deaths and damaging over 20,000 homes. Flooding and heavy rains were brought on by the cyclone in numerous regions, including the capital Dhaka. Over 8 million customers lost power.

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Amphan

Disaster Date: 21 May, 2020

yclone Amphan moved into Bangladesh after making a landfall in nearby West Bengal. Lots of people have moved into the cyclone shelters early that contributed minimal casualties. 30 Shelters were used to house approximately 650 people and over 30 domestic animals.

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Bulbul

Disaster Date: 10 Nov, 2019

Cyclones Matmo and Bulbul made landfall near West Bengal, and crossed into Bangladesh. It caused severe flooding and storm surge in the country, with approximately 72,000 metric tons of crops being lost, with a value of 2.6 billion taka or 31 million usd. 22 MDSP shelters have given refuge to 400 people in the affected areas.

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