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Bangladesh: Supporting Climate Migrants through Education and Jobs

OMeet Monoara, a 23-year-old seamstress from Kurigram, Bangladesh. Her village has been flooding for years, leading to increasing unemployment and food scarcity. Monoara moved from Kurigram district to the capital Dhaka for the training needed to find a job and start a new life. According to a new World Bank report, without action, South Asia could see over 40 million climate migrants by 2050. Supporting climate migrants through education, training and jobs, can help millions of people like Monoara. Learn more: