Bangladesh Emergency Flood Appeal

Deadly pre-monsoon floods have hit the northeast region of Bangladesh. Over two million people are surrounded by floodwater. This is Bangladesh’s worst flood in over two decades. The flood has destroyed crops, damaged infrastructure and left millions without food and clean drinking water. As part of the Bangladesh Emergency Flood Appeal, Dabbagh Welfare Trust is sending its team to the Sylhet region, where they will provide food, shelter and financial aid to families in need. Donate generously towards our Bangladesh Flood Appeal and help us deliver life-saving aid.

£50 will provide an emergency food pack for a family 

£100 will provide financial aid for a family 

£200 will provide an emergency shelter pack for a family 

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Families are calling out for help

At the time of writing this article, over 60 people have lost their lives. This number will only increase as millions of houses are still underwater and thousands of people are unaccounted for. Rescue operation is extremely slow and people are running out of food supplies. This is an urgent appeal to the brothers and sisters whom Allah has blessed with wealth to donate generously towards Bangladesh Emergency Flood Appeal. Families need food to survive and financial support to repair their homes.

Don’t let this opportunity of gaining good deeds go by.

Donate now and help save lives.

Why Donate to Bangladesh Emergency Flood Appeal?

Firstly, our brothers & sisters in the Sylhet region are in desperate need of our help.

Secondly, fulfilling the needs of your brothers & sisters is the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Messenger of Allah ﷺ said, “A Muslim is a brother of (another) Muslim, he neither wrongs him nor does hand him over to one who does him wrong. If anyone fulfils his brother’s needs, Allah will fulfil his needs; if one relieves a Muslim of his troubles, Allah will relieve his troubles on the Day of Resurrection; and if anyone covers up a Muslim (his sins), Allah will cover him up (his sins) on the Resurrection Day”.

[Bukhari & Muslim]

Finally, this is an emergency and to SAVE LIVES we need to ACT NOW!

Parts of Bangladesh are constantly under threat from floods

Many parts of Bangladesh are prone to flooding. According to climate change experts, the likelihood of extreme weather events around the world especially in the low plains of Bangladesh will only increase.

Climate Change Fact

Every extra degree of global warming increases the amount of water in the atmosphere by about 7 percent, with inevitable effects on rainfall.

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