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Children in Bangladesh are at extremely high risk of impacts of the climate crisis


Tongibari, Aug 27 (EFE/EPA).- People in the outskirts of Dhaka on Friday tried to salvage their furniture and parts of their homes as the erosion of river Padma continues washing away concrete structures.According to the UNICEF report, Bangladesh ranks second among South Asian countries where children are at extremely high risk of the impacts of the climate crisis, 15th globally in UNICEF’s index. (Camera: MONIRUL ALAM).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE SALVAGE FURNITURE AND PARTS OF THEIR DAMAGED HOUSES AT TONGIBARI, MUNSHIGANJ DISTRICT OUTSKIRTS OF DHAKA, BANGLADESH.

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