Flash floods in Bangladesh have left a trail of destruction with water level still rising. With over 90 river banks bursting open and thosands have been affected across the country including the Rohingya camps. There is increasing threat of mud slides affecting over 800,000 people.
It is estimated that over 50,000 people have been severely affected by floodwaters and people have been moved into community buildings used as rescue centers, an estimated 13,000 home are reported to have collapsed.
The immediate needs on ground are shelter, food and water
£20 food – feed a family for one month
£40 food – feed two families for one month
£30 – clothes and hygiene kits for a family
£100 food -feed 5 families food for one month
£450 – tin shelter for a family