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 - To strengthen the ongoing environmental actions and build the capacity of the Government of Bangladesh to mitigate environmental degradation.
24/12/2020
 - The degradation of land within and near the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, was a crisis within a crisis, but FAO has been at the forefront ...read more
22/10/2020
 - The degradation of land within and near the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, was a crisis within a crisis, but FAO has been at the forefront ...read more
20/10/2020
 - FAO’s component of the Global Humanitarian Response Plan for COVID-19 The world is standing on the precipice of the greatest food crisis in generations. Worldwide, people and ...read more
17/08/2020
 - As floods threaten the nation, FAO teams up with UN allies in anticipatory action “Wherever you look, there is water. You see people wading through knee-deep floods ...read more
07/08/2020
 - Heavy monsoon rainfall, coupled with rising water levels in the three major river basins and hilly areas upstream, have led to major flooding in northern, northeastern ...read more
28/07/2020
 - Overview Heavy monsoon rainfall, coupled with rising water levels in the three major river basins and hilly areas upstream, have led to major flooding in northern, northeastern ...read more
28/07/2020
 - Release is the fastest funding allocation from the Central Emergency Response Fund in UN history In an innovative approach to dealing with the effects of severe flooding ...read more
15/07/2020
 - FAO, in partnership with the Department of Agricultural Extension, has distributed rice seed to 24 000 farmers in Cox’s Bazar in response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) ...read more
03/07/2020
 -  to assist 49 711 people FAO requires USD 1.99 million period January – December 2020                                 More than 850 000 Rohingya refugees reside in Cox’s Bazar District in Bangladesh, including 730 000 refugees ...read more
21/04/2020