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Cyclone Bulbul 2019 situation report 3

The Very Severe Cyclone Bulbul gradually weakened and turned into severe cyclonic storm and afterwards deep depression followed deliberate landfall in the coastal belt alongside the Bay of Bengal. According to Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD), Maritime Ports of Mongla, Payra, Chattogram and Cox’s Bazar have been advised to lower to hoist Local Cautionary Signal Number Three (Riverine) from previously suggested ones.

Read More November 10, 2019

Cyclone Bulbul 2019 situation report 2

The very Severe Cyclone in the Bay of Bengal named “BULBUL” is approaching for landfall in the coastal belt of Bangladesh. According to Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD), it is currently located about 475km southwest of Chattogram port, 470km southwest of Cox’s Bazar port, 280km southwest of Mongla port and 315km southwest of Payraport (source: BMD special weather bulletin no 24 of 9 November 2019).

Read More November 09, 2019

Cyclone Bulbul 2019 situation report 1

A strong depression has been formed in the Bay of Bengal which is named as Cyclone Bulbul. According to Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD), it is currently located about 695km southwest of Chattogram port, 645km southwest of Cox’s Bazar port, 585km southwest of Mongla port and 575km southwest of Payraport. It is expected to intensify more and move towards north-northwestern Bangladesh.

Read More November 08, 2019

Bangladesh flood 2019 (October) situation report -01

After severe monsoon flood occurred in July throughout the country, Bangladesh government along with several humanitarian organizations relentlessly working for providing relief and early recovery of the affected population. Meanwhile, several other districts in the northwestern part of Bangladesh have been under threat of severe flooding due to increasing waterflow in the Padma river (Ganges in Indian part) and its branches.

Read More October 02, 2019

Monsoon flood 2019 situation report 5

According to National Disaster Response Coordination Center (NDRCC), 21 districts of northern, north-eastern and south-eastern Bangladesh are most affected due to week-long monsoon rains in the upstream regions and throughout the country. The flood situation has started deteriorating in a number of newly affected districts in the downstream regions of the country such as Tangail, Sirajganj, Bogura, Munshiganj and Faridpur.

Read More July 19, 2019