Rising sea levels swamp Bangladeshis

World Bank says about 28 million people are living in harsh conditions in "hard-to-reach areas".

Last Modified: 02 Jun 2013 08:07
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Recent cyclones in Bangladesh are increasing water salinity and problems for accessing clean water.

Rising sea levels have broken man-made dams affecting people's livelihoods.

According to a study by the World Bank, about 28 million Bangladeshis are living in harsh conditions in the "hard-to-reach areas".

Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh.


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