Cyclone Sidr: 3.5 Million People Homeless (TV Report)



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Devastated by Cyclone Sidr.

(Picture from The Daily Star)

A child stands amid wooden planks in the front yard of a house devastated by Sidr at Nishanbaria of Morelganj in Bagerhat. Photo: Syed Zakir Hossain (The Daily Star)

Survivors Await Aid Bangladesh Cyclone Sidr Aftermath



Raise your hands for humanity.

Cyclone Sidr has damaged a lot. Both of wealth, life and alos dream. Most affected people are very poor and they just alive because of there dream. But their dream has breaked up. They loose everything. They loose their house, money, wealth which they have. They lost their dear ones too. They lost their crops or what they have. They lost everything they have.

But your contribution can make this things different. Loss of life can’t and never be fullfilled. But their loss of wealth and dream can be fullfilled so they can get some reason to be alive. So please help those poor helpless people. Please come forward and help them.Help them by giving what you can. Help them by your abilit. Your small hep can bring large change in their bad situation. Help them to stand again.

It’s your chance to help some poor people.Please help them. Please.

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Channel-i report on Cyclone Sidr



Cyclone Sidr: After Effects pictures

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Bangladesh makes fresh aid plea

(BBC Article)

Bangladesh has called for more aid for tens of thousands of Cyclone Sidr survivors, amid concerns that some remote areas have not yet been reached.

Last Updated: Tuesday, 20 November 2007, 08:04 GMT

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Bangladesh makes fresh aid plea

A child refugee of the Bangladeshi cyclone in Chalabangha village on 20 November 2007

Villagers remain in desperate need of vital supplies


Scenes of devastation

Bangladesh has called for more aid for tens of thousands of Cyclone Sidr survivors, amid concerns that some remote areas have not yet been reached. The country’s army says it has yet to deliver aid to 30% of coastal villages hit five days ago by the storm.

There is anger among many villagers on the stricken south coast that they have still not received vital supplies like food, water, shelter and medicine.

The storm has affected 1m families and killed at least 3,100 people.

The death toll is expected to rise.

A statement from Bangladesh’s foreign ministry said: “At this time we will welcome support from the international community. We are doing as best as we can do ourselves.”

The BBC’s Alastair Lawson, at Bangladesh’s storm-stricken Sunderbans mangrove forest, says aid is beginning to get through and army helicopters are criss-crossing the skies.