By Sajid Hasan, IFRC Azhar Mia, 35, lives in a beautiful green village named Panschim (West) Boroghona in the Banskhali sub-district of Chattogram, Bangladesh, where his house is located just a few kilometers away from the shores of the Bay of Bengal. …

The Bangladesh Red Crescent Society is the leading national humanitarian organization in Bangladesh that can mobilize the power of humanity to prevent and reduce human suffering. Bangladesh Red Crescent Society was admitted to the IFRC in 1973.

The crisis at Cox's Bazar

Since 25 August 2017, more than 609,000 people have crossed the Myanmar-Bangladesh border, fleeing violence in northern areas of Myanmar’s Rakhine State.

Latest news from Bangladesh Red Crescent Society

Amidst intensifying monsoon season in Bangladesh, a team of Red Cross and Red Crescent medical personnel are working hard through fair skies and stormy weather to bring health and maternal care for people living in camps in Cox’s Bazar.  

5 June 2018

In a community centre in Tansimorkhola, at the southern end of the giant camp that is home to almost 800,000 people who fled Myanmar for Bangladesh, some impressive acting is going on. Staff and volunteers from a Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and Danish Red Cross psychosocial programme are putting local community volunteers through a series of likely scenarios for both monsoon and cyclone season.

23 May 2018

Out in the blazing heat and humidity of Cox’s Bazar camps, it is a race against time for final pre-monsoon preparations to be made. The storm clouds are coming.

22 May 2018

Around 671,000 people who fled violence in Myanmar in August 2017 are now living in camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) are working together every day to improve shelter conditions for 30,000 people living in vulnerable areas in the camps. 

15 May 2018

By Lynette Nyman / IFRC A sudden dramatic downpour on 19 April 2018 washed through some bamboo and plastic shelters where more than 600,000 people from Rakhine, Myanmar, have sought shelter in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. The rain turned access roads int …

23 April 2018

Toni Stokes never knows how many women in labour will arrive each day. Sometimes none, other times three or four pregnant women are rushed to the Red Cross and Red Crescent emergency hospital in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

12 April 2018

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  • Chairman: Mr. Hafiz Ahmed MAZUMDAR,
  • Vice-Chairman: Prof. Dr. Md. Habibe MILLAT, MP
  • Treasurer: Advocate Tauhidur RAHMAN
  • Secretary General: Mr. Feroz Salah UDDIN
  • Director of Finance: Mr. MD Jahir UDDIN
  • Director of IR and Communication: Mr. Nazmul Azam KHAN
  • Director of Health: Mr. Sirajul Islam MOLLA
  • Director of Logistics: Mr. Md. Afsar UDDIN
  • Director for Training: Mr. Ekram Elahi CHOWDHURY (PD, PMO)
  • Director of Disaster Risk Management: Mr. Md. Belal HOSSAIN
  • Director of Community Development: Mr. M.A. HALIM
  • Director of Unit (Branch) Affairs: Mr. Khairul Anam KHAN
  • Director of HR and Admin: Mr. Sirajul Islam MOLLA
  • Director of Disaster Response: Mr. Nazmul Azam KHAN
  • Director of Estates: Mr. K. F. RAHMAN
  • Director of Youth and Volunteers: Mr. Sikder Mokaddes AHMED
  • Director of RFL / Tracing Services: Mr. Imam Zafor SIKDER
  • Director (Operation) CPP: Mr. Md. Nur Islam KHAN
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    Deputy Director of Planning and Development Department: Ms. Sayma FERDOWSY

  • In charge of Internal Audit: Mr. A.H.M. Mainul ISLAM
  • Fundraising Department: Mr. Md. Mijanur RAHMAN
  • In charge of Blood Programme: Dr. Tarik Mehedi PARVEZ
  • Focal Point – Gender & Diversity and Child Protection: Rezina HALIM
  • Focal Person – First Aid: Dr. Shahana ZAFOR