Monday, 22 December 2014

OneStat

Kutupalong, Bangladesh: More than hundred huts had been destroyed by a strong winds and heavy rain from unregistered refugee camp of Kutupalong on May 4, according to Huseein, an elder from camp.

Strong winds and heavy rain destroyed the refugee hut in unregistered Kutupalong camp

“The winds and heavy rain started from 9:00am to 11:00am which destroyed most of refugee huts’ roof and some whole huts.”

“The disaster had left nearly 150 people from 15 huts become homeless. The people have no shelter to stay at night. They just put plastics and woods for rain to stay.”

Five schools of Home Education program was totally damaged where the students were shifted to another places for teaching the students, said Mohamed Syed Noor who is a parent of a student.

“The schools lose its roofs while strong winds blew out in the morning and its floors and walls fell down during the heavy raining.”

“There are more than ten schools were little damaged while strong winds and heavy raining. The schools of roofs had been blown away and if rain will again start, the school will face to be damaged and will not able to teach.”

“We need to repair the schools, otherwise we will face difficult to teach the class in the raining period,” said a teacher from the program.

On the other hand, a well-wisher of Home Education program distributed jerseys to all students before the raining. All the students were happy when they received the jerseys, according to a committee member from the camp.