According to the Give2Aisa, the Bangladesh is one of the world’s most vulnerable country to climate change and natural disasters, with over six percent of the population affected by disasters each year. Between 1980 and 2013, the average Bangladeshi was personally affected by two disasters. The primary threats to Bangladesh are floods, droughts, cyclones and sea-level rise due to climate change. World Bank's report says that from 1980 to 2000, Bangladesh alone accounted for nearly 60 percent of the deaths caused by cyclones worldwide. Due to the effects of climate change, an increase in the frequency and severity of cyclones and other natural disasters are likely, making it essential for Bangladesh to adapt to increased uncertainty and be prepared to ride out even the worst storms.
So, if you are interested to engage with local people, help them to rebuild, our professionally expert academician and social worker will help you to craft your volunteering and social engagement tour packages.
Bangladesh is one of the beautiful tourist destination in the South Asia despite its poverty and repeated natural calamities. The Chittagong – Gateway to the Bay of Bengal; Cox’s Bazar – The Tourist Capital; Rangamati – The Heart of the Lake District; Kaptai – The Lake Town, Sylhet – Land of Two Leaves and a Bud; Sundarban– Home of the Royal Bengal Tiger; Bandarban – The Hilly Resort; Kuakata – Where the Sun Rises and Sets in the Sea; Mainamati – Seat of Lost Dynasties; Mahasthangarh – The Ancient Seat of Buddhist Rule; Rajshahi – The Silk Producing Centre; Nature – Place of Dighapatiay Palace: Paharpur – The Seat of Buddhist Learning; Dinajpur – Old Ornamental Temple Town; and Mymensing - The Heart of Bengal’s Folklore are the major attractions for the international tourist.
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