Bangladesh Cyclone 2007

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May '07


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The 2007 cyclone in Bangladesh was one of the worst natural disasters to hit the country. International NGOs estimated that between 5,000 - 10,000 died as a result of the cyclone.

Khalsa Aid field operatives made an assessment of the local region and reached out to remote village Pathargaat which had very limited support. A school in the village was destroyed alongside a number of homes. There was desperate need for clean drinking water and food supplies. 

Khalsa Aid initiated a four week project where clean drinking water was provided as well as support to rebuild homes. 

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