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Living with the Flood-Face the challenge of Tomorrow| 16mins
Director: KM Taj-Biul Hasan | Producer: Dhrupad Communication-media for education & development
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Bangladesh
Subject Tags: asia, bangladesh, community, ecology, environment, housing
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
It is a film on climate change and global warming. The northeastern regions of Bangladesh are wetlands. The inhabitants of this area are completely deprived of their basic human rights and live at the mercy of the environment for survival. In 2002, a non-profit organization came forward with an amazing idea to overcome the adverse situation of these impoverished regions. They tried to use the natural event of these regions — 'Water' and 'Boat' simultaneously to build up a scheme called "education on the boat ". It is an astonishing effort to face the global warming of tomorrow.

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