Grameenphone stands beside flood-affected families in Ctg

Grameenphone had come forward to stand beside the flood-affected people and communities in Chattogram division, said a press release on Monday.

Under the response initiative, Grameenphone in partnership with Bangladesh Red Crescent Society, will provide 10,000 families with food relief packs in the flood-affected regions of Chattogram division

Moreover, Grameenphone will also support to deploy five water treatment plants to provide safe drinking water to the flood-affected people.

Hossain Sadat, acting chief corporate affairs officer of Grameenphone said, ‘People living in the inundated regions of Chattogram division are struggling to fulfill their basic needs. The landslide and flood, caused by days of heavy rainfall, has marooned thousands of people. They are passing days without food and safe drinking water. While our dedicated network teams are working tirelessly to ensure people have access to the connectivity in the flood-affected regions, as a responsible member of the community, we decided to come forward and stand beside the people as they need us. We are committed to continuing our support whenever it is required.’

Kazi Shofiqul Azam, secretary general of Bangladesh Red Crescent Society said, ‘Chattogram Region is facing an unprecedented challenge now due to the widespread flooding. The intense flooding has affected thousands of people.


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Shahriar Latif Mithun is currently working in the project & content Development team at CSR Window. He is a passionate writer, content developer and Development enthusiast.

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