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Another building is lost to erosion along the Padma.
Jogodish Borua, 65, lost his land and his house to river erosion.
Abdul Aziz, who lost his home to erosion along the banks of the river, takes a bath in the Padma.
A fisherman and a local villager cross paths on the banks of the river Padma.
The situation is especially severe for children. A woman and child have been displaced along with other members of their neighborhood who also lost their homes.
A man walks through the ruins of a house damaged by river erosion.
A boy plays on the banks of the river Padma in a spot where there once sat family homes.
People who lost their homes set up makeshift shelters along the river.
Rising water levels on the river Padma in Bangladesh threaten homes and put inhabitants of the river basin at risk.
When the Padma river rises, erosion becomes a serious problem for the community living on the river. At the same time, waste littering the earth pollutes the water.
Houses sit near the banks of the river Padma in Bangladesh.
Flooding and erosion along the Padma river in Bangladesh has resulted in many people losing their homes and their land.
People are sometimes forces to move their houses to another place out of the path of river erosion.
A family made homeless by erosion and flooding along the Padma River dry cloth on the riverbank.