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Bangladesh needs long term disaster plan December 6, 2007

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH, CLIMATE.
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Chief Adviser Dr. Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed rightly said in a meeting with the donors that Bangladesh could no longer afford to count on relief and rehabilitation and wait for the next natural disaster.

Long term plan should be enough to protect all the lives of the human being, keep survive the livestock, save the crops, houses and other infrastructures.

To save the human lives effective warning system should have to be developed; cyclone shelters are adequate, strong, safe and close to the people.

To help the livestock survive the onslaught, special animal centres may be needed to be prepared for them.

The houses should have to be build strong and in special form so that they don’t affected by storm.

The save the crops there is left few ways. The embankment along the coastal belt should be high and strong enough to prevent the surge of water.

The roads and highways should be built strong to overcome the pressure of water.

The relief and donation that Bangladesh is getting from home and abroad should be enough to provide relief to the affected people and to rehabilitate them.

For the prevention of the disaster, special donation will be needed. It is praiseworthy that, different international agencies and donor agencies are coming forward to give a support to Bangladesh.

As the Chief Adviser said, we need to Pre-empt and prevent disasters, not just react to them.

 

An ordinary citizen.

 

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