© humanitywatch, 2010
Humanitywatch is a right-based organisation working in southwest coastal region of Bangladesh for social transformation through playing pro-people role in the issues of forest and biodiversity, climate change, agriculture, indigenous knowledge andpeoples capacity building. This study report on Climate Induced Displaced Peoplefocuses on the forced migrated people by cyclone Aila in the southwest coastalregion of Bangladesh and published under assistance of Campaign for SustainableRural Livelihoods (CSRL).
Hasan Mehedi has been working as the Chief Executive of Humanitywatch since 1998and participated in several research and studies on Biodiversity, Climate Change andHuman Rights. He is the author of several study reports and books on Human Rights,Climate Change, Sundarbans Biodiversity and Forest and Indigenous Peoples including anumber of translated documents.
Anup Kumar Nag is studying in MS programme of Environmental ScienceDiscipline under Khulna University and involved in a number of study on Land Use,Surface Water Chemistry and Agriculture.
Sayeeda Farhana is a student of BRAC University and working as a volunteer in Policyand Advocacy Department of Oxfam GB Bangladesh Team and prepared a report titled"Climate Change Induced Displacement, Women & Children Vulnerabilities and Women Adaptation" for Oxfam GB.
The opinions expressed in this report are those of the authors and does not necessarilyreflect the views of Humanitywatch or CSRL. All or any part of this publication may bereproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means,electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise for any non-commercialpurpose without the prior written permission of the author or publisher.
Mehedi, H., Nag, A. K., & Farhana, S. (2010). Climate Induced Displacement - Case Study of Cyclone Aila in the Southwest Coastal Region of Bangladesh. Humanitywatch. Khulna: July 2010