Humanitarian Crisis – Disaster Response

Our efforts focus on extending emergency relief and support to the best of our capacity in the event of any natural or man-made disaster along with long-term rehabilitation efforts where it is needed most, including psycho social support for trauma victims.

Recognizing the need to structure disaster response mechanisms in Bangladesh being identified as one of the most disaster-prone countries owing to its geographical location, SAJIDA Foundation put into place a Disaster Response agenda that strives to carry out timely interventions in the wake of major disasters, humanitarian crises, national or local emergencies, and other natural or man-made disasters providing immediate relief and rehabilitation support to victims.

 

Our Areas of Support

Rohingya Project

Natural-Disasters

Natural Disasters

NEWS FROM DISASTER RESPONSE

SAJIDA provides health and nutrition support for forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals

SAJIDA’s Humanitarian Crisis program provided primary health consultations to 1907 Rohingya patients in September. Among those, 374 were children under […]

SAJIDA Foundation reaches out to victims of Chalantika-Jheelpur slum fire

On August 16th, a terrifying fire in the Chalantika slum in Mirpur-7 area that started at around 7:20pm caught dwellers […]

SAJIDA’s Support for Jamalpur flood

On July 16th, 2019, a flood swept over 2,000 homes in the Battajore, Bakshiganj, Jamalpur District leaving thousands of people […]

SAJIDA Inaugurates Primary Healthcare Center at Rohingya Camp in Cox’s Bazar

On 30 January 2019, SAJIDA Foundation inaugurated a primary healthcare center at the Rohingya Camp 11, Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar. Officials from BRAC, Friendship NGO, Community Development […]