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One year after Cyclone Sidr: fear replaces hope

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Resource type:Factsheets and summaries
Language:English
Keywords:Contingency Planning, Cyclone, Disaster preparedness, Disaster preparedness, resilience and risk reduction, Disaster risk reduction, Disasters, Early warning
Countries:Bangladesh
Agency:Oxfam
Date published:November 2008
Pages:12pp
Long before Cyclone Sidr struck the southern coastal areas of Bangladesh on 15 November 2007, many important life-saving actions had been carried out. Thanks to early warning systems and disaster preparedness measures, up to 3,000,000 people had already evacuated low-lying coastal areas, many finding refuge in anti-cyclone shelters. Local government officials and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) quickly moved contingency stocks of relief items into areas expecting to be affected.

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