| Posted: May 31, 2022
| Updated: June 06, 2022
Final Report: June 6, 2022
The water level in flood-prone areas has returned to normal. In total, 435 participants and their families were affected as well as two Child Development Centers (CDCs). Caregivers have returned to work and CDC staff check in with families on a regular basis. CDCs provided impacted families with rice, soybean oil, salt, potatoes, onions, etc.
Thank you for praying for affected participants and their families.
Disaster Update: June 2, 2022
The water level in flood-prone areas has dropped considerably and is returning to normal. Waterborne diseases have been reported among members of the community in the aftermath of floods. Most caregivers in the area work to extract coal and rocks from the river and have not yet been able to go to work because it is still too dangerous to do so. The Child Development Center staff are ready to help in any way they can.
Please continue to pray for participants and their families as they recover from the flooding.
Disaster Alert: May 31, 2022
The Sylhet region of Bangladesh was hit by the worst flooding in over a decade. Floodwaters breached a major embankment and flooded dozens of communities and crop fields. The affected communities struggle to supply food and drinking water to hundreds of residents. The Child Development Centers (CDC) in the area are assessing impact and so far, 435 participants and their families are reported as affected by the loss of household and personal items and livelihood. The CDCs are providing food packs to affected families, and Disaster Relief funds will be requested to assist affected families.
Please pray for the affected participants and their families as they recover from this flood.