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Cyclone Aila wrecked devastation across coastal communities in Bangladesh affecting 3.9 million people. Many lost homes and livelihoods.
Find out how we helped families recover after Cyclone Aila destroyed homes and livelihoods in Bangladesh.
After the trauma of surviving Cyclone Aila, a new business selling crabs has helped Dina and his family get back on their feet.
In Bangladesh, Mina and her family are living a life they could barely imagine in the devastating aftermath of Cyclone Aila on 25 May 2009.
After her home was destroyed by a cyclone, Monowara's life was hard. But with the Red Cross' help Monowara and her family found new hope.
The Bangladesh Red Crescent has helped more than 1,000 families recover since Cyclone Aila hit in 2009.
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Cash grants after Cyclone Aila helped survivors get back on their feet.
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