Bangladesh Cyclone Emergency

Cyclone Mocha, one of the most powerful storms to ever hit the Bay of Bengal, has wreaked havoc in Bangladesh. With winds reaching an alarming 250km/h (155 mph), this catastrophic cyclone has left a trail of destruction and displaced hundreds of thousands.

Bangladesh Cyclone Emergency

The ferocious winds and torrential rain have caused widespread flooding and a storm surge of up to 3.5 meters (11.5 feet), submerging vast areas of low-lying land. The impact is staggering, as the Cyclone swept through the region, affecting homes to over two million in its path.

Among the hardest hit are already vulnerable communities, including the world’s largest refugee camp, Cox’s Bazaar. While the refugee camp was fortunate to be spared the direct impact of the storm’s eye, the aftermath is still devastating.

Thousands of Rohingya refugees are affected, and the shelters, facilities, and infrastructure put in place for the displaced have been flooded and severely damaged by the heavy winds and rains. The damage is extensive, and the urgent needs for basic necessities and essential services are escalating rapidly.

Communities Already Vulnerable Now Face Unprecedented Challenges

Muslim Response USA is urgently responding to this humanitarian crisis by providing immediate relief to those affected by Cyclone Mocha. We aim to offer a ray of hope amidst the devastation, but we cannot achieve this without your support.

As the situation evolves, we will continue to adapt our response to best address the emerging needs on the ground.

Help Rebuild Lives In Bangladesh

The people of Bangladesh are counting on you to help us provide swift and effective assistance. Let’s stand together in solidarity with our brothers and sisters facing unimaginable hardships. Donate today and help the affected communities recover and rebuild.

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