The recent severe weather conditions and heavy rain left millions of people stranded in South East Asia particularly in Bangladesh makes it the worst floods in decades.
The heavy rainfall flooded the country’s Sylhet region, one of the worst affected since last month, when the floodwaters of the Brahmaputra and other rivers broke their banks and swamped large parts of the low-lying nation of about 170 million people.
At least 38 people have died in Bangladesh because of the latest flooding. Days of rainfall and flooding have knocked down mobile phone towers and forced the authorities to snap power lines to prevent electrocution.
Bangladeshi officials said on Monday that hundreds of thousands of people were forced to leave their homes because of the floods and that they were trying to rescue those who were still stranded.
Human Appeal Australia’s field office in Bangladesh have already deployed emergency relief team to provide, as much needed support to the victims.
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