Bangladesh is a country that faces various challenges, including natural disasters and poverty, which make it difficult for many Bangladeshis to reconstruct their homes. However, there are ongoing efforts to tackle this issue.
The World Bank estimates that around 24 million people in Bangladesh live in poverty, and the country is prone to natural calamities such as floods, cyclones, and earthquakes.
One such initiative is the construction of basic homes for the poor and disaster-affected persons. These houses are relatively simple, affordable, and built to last. They are designed to offer protection to the families who occupy them and can be constructed using different materials, depending on the location.
Constructing basic homes can provide essential shelter for the vulnerable sections of the population. To this end, Global Aid Trust has launched a project to build basic homes for the deprived in several districts of Bangladesh.
The year 2019 saw over 3.3 million people in Bangladesh be affected by cyclones and floods.
In summary, building basic homes in Bangladesh is a critical step towards solving the housing crisis that affects the country's vulnerable population. These homes can serve as a refuge, help people recover from disasters, and improve their lives' quality.
Help build a basic three room house for £1500
Sponsor a house building, 1 share is £100
Sanitation for 1 family, £150
A basic house with three rooms, 2 bed and a living room
A latrin is built outside the house
Global Aid Trust is an education based charity helping orphans, sponsoring their cost of living and education.
Registered Charity No 1123560. Est. 2008.
Company number 06461062. Raised over £4M.