Journal of Environmental Hazards

ISSN: 2684-4923

Open Access

M. Shohel Ranaa

Department of Statistics, Noakhali Science and Technology University, Noakhali, Bangladesh

  • Review Article   
    Consequences of Riverbank Erosion among Rural Household along the River of Meghna in Bangladesh
    Author(s): M. Shohel Ranaa*, Nilufa Aktara, Kabir Hossaina, Asmaul Hosnaa and Ryan Amita

    Bangladesh, a riverine country, is suffering from acquit riverbank erosion which compels millions of her population to be displaced from their place of origin. Flood and riverbank erosion are dynamic and natural processes which have an adverse impact on livelihood. Our study focuses the socio-demographic profile of the victims of the study area. In our study we have a large number of the respondents receive the formal education that is also 60% of the respondents. Only 10% of respondents who finished the S.S.C. The damage caused by this disaster is a negative cause of illiteracy in the region. About 56% respondent says that river erosion has an impact on their child education. Most often after losing their home they have moved somewhere else therefore their child can’t attend the same school. More than 2 times the people about 54.9% are facing riverbank erosion.. Read More»
    DOI: DOI: 10.37421/2684-4923.22.6.172

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