Journal of Biodiversity, Bioprospecting and Development

ISSN: 2376-0214

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Md. Ashik Sarder

Disaster Management, Bangladesh

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    Climate Change 2019 : Extended Abstract Title: Local Resilience Practices to Climate Change: A Study on Coping with Flood Vulnerability of a River-Adjacent Community of Bangladesh
    Author(s): Md. Ashik Sarder

    The geo-physical contexts of different areas of Bangladesh are diverse and distinctive from location to location. Each of the area has distinct characteristics and varied livelihoods pattern. The recent climate change has made different communities of Bangladesh vulnerable to frequent disasters. The impact of climate change has also been visible at river-adjacent communities. So, enhancing community resilience is very important to make the community people capable to cope with climate change and ensure sustainable livelihoods for future. If the community people become resilient, then they can come back in their previous usual situation within very short period after any type of disaster. The Khasbarashimul community is a flood-prone community situated in Sirajganj district of Bangladesh on bank of Jamuna River with having Brahmaputra delta characteristics. Most of the community people.. Read More»

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