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Assessing the efforts of NGOs in cyclone disaster management in Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2009-09)
Whenever disasters strike, they do not discriminate or differentiate - they cause havoc and distress. They strike countries' rich and poor affect both men and women, old and young and cause destruction leaving behind a ...
Issues and challenges of Cyclone Preparedness Programme (CPP) volunteers: the case of CPP, Dacope, Khulna
(BARC University, 2017-06)
CPP is an organization through which Bangladesh get appreciation from the all country of the world. Bangladesh is proud of CPP. Many countries now want to follow the system of CPP. It is so dedicated team they work even ...
A gender perspective of climate change and disaster management practices of a cyclone affected coastal community
Men and women are, of course, not homogenous groups, and their experiences, lifestyles, and geographic and socioeconomic conditions shape their worldviews and proclivities; cognizance of these types of tendencies can be ...
Drinking water collection system in cyclone affected coastal village of Bangladesh
(BARC University, 2017)
The implications of Cyclone in Bangladesh are the sea level rising, changes of climate patterns, man-made alteration of natural settings and main salinity in river water is increasing rapidly in the community of southern ...
Cultural appropriateness of post Sidr housing reconstruction : a case of Sharankhola, Bagerhat
(BRAC University, 2018)
Bangladesh is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world. Among the natural hazards cyclones and the associated storm surges are considered as the major threat to our 710km coastal belt with around 28 million ...