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Depot fire latest to spotlight Bangladesh industrial safety

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Depot fire latest to spotlight Bangladesh industrial safety

"Authorities in Bangladesh are still struggling to determine the cause of a devastating fire that's killed at least 49 people including 9 firefighters and injured more than 100 others Efforts to extinguish the fire at the BM inland container facility a Dutch Bangladesh joint venture continued overnight after the inferno broke out on Saturday following explosions in a container full of chemicals officials say the number of casualties rose over the weekend as many workers and firefighters were unaware of the chemical storage there a few hundred workers and dozens of firefighters had been attempting to extinguish the fire when the first explosion took place I'm Charles De

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Scott Carney Recounts the 1970 Cyclone That Killed 500,000 in Pakistan

History Unplugged Podcast

02:37 min | 6 months ago

Scott Carney Recounts the 1970 Cyclone That Killed 500,000 in Pakistan

"Let's tell me about the cyclone itself. How big was it and what was it like for survivors to live through it? Sure. So this was a sort of warm water fed cyclone that came up through the bay of Bengal in an area that had traditionally been hit by many, many cyclones before, including ones that had killed hundreds of thousands of people. And imagine it's about the size of Texas and the first thing that happens that sinks in Indian freighter, which gives notice to the Indian government that they know a big storm is coming, but we are just on the cusp of satellite imagery where it starts starting to get good. We have the very first television quality broadcast coming down to earth. And the systems are not yet developed to really send warnings out correctly to these populations. And although it is not the strongest storm of the season. It's not a category 5. It's a category four. It happens to hit during a full moon at high tide. And when you think about the country of East Pakistan, what is now Bangladesh, it's a place that, you know, a lot of the landmass along the coast is barely a meter above sea level. And when that storm hits, at about 11 at night, when it starts coming in, you know, people are getting ready for bed. They hear these sort of confusing storm warnings. And the surge goes up to about 20 feet. And we have this person named Muhammad hi, who we found who survived the store. And he's, you know, at first they just, they hear the warnings and they hear their cows and their livestock, getting upset outside. And the water starts creeping into their house and they're like, oh my God, this is really bad. We should have sought higher ground if we could. But by then it's too late. The water fills the first floor of his house. It fills the second floor of his house. And he has to jump to the roof of the building with his I think about 20 family members with him, and they're all screaming. They don't know what's going on. They don't know when it's going to abate, and they're praying to God that it will be all right. And Muhammad Hai realizes that his only chance is to jump to a palm tree about 5 feet away from his house. And he does it. And climbs to the top and holds on in a 140 mile an hour winds, and he calls to his family, so you guys need to jump too. You guys need to jump too. And he just calls out into the night and no one else jumps. And he hates on for about 8 hours in this sort of swaying palm tree. And the next morning he finds his entire family dead. He buries a hundred people in his yard the next day, and his island of 50,000 people has a 90% fatality rate, where everyone is dead and the storm actually kills a half a million people in East Pakistan at that time.

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Dr. Marty Makary: Data Is Clear About Downsides to Masks

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 10 months ago

Dr. Marty Makary: Data Is Clear About Downsides to Masks

"The mask data Doc listen I don't get it here You know the Hippocratic oath do no harm seems to have gone out the window The data on masks there is no randomly controlled trial out there showing any significant effect of data in stopping this pandemic You've got a few here in that Arizona study which is already been discredited You have the Bangladesh study I think it was a difference of 30 people and self reported nonsense but there's really no hard data The hypocritical says do no harm But now we're starting to see data that there may be some developmental cues being messed with these kids walking around in face masks all day I mean your thoughts on masks So this just disappear with kids all together now and should this be a personal choice Yeah look I think my personal opinion the public wants honesty They want the data straight They don't want to sugarcoat it and hide the data and then public officials tell you just do this and don't ask questions And the data are very clear on cloth masks Now you're seeing a bunch of people doctors on TV and politicians come out and say well the science has changed en masks Look the poor size of a cloth mask was always one to 5 angstroms the size they are slice virus And the pore size was always 20 to 50 times bigger It's porous That was always the case The science has not changed What's changed is people are finally pushing back and saying there are downsized to the masks especially in kids and they're documented and we're playing with fire We have no idea what we're doing in uncharted territory covering people's faces for nearly two years

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Massive ferry fire kills at least 39 in southern Bangladesh

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Massive ferry fire kills at least 39 in southern Bangladesh

"Fire fire swept swept through through a a crowded crowded river river ferry ferry in in Bangladesh Bangladesh leaving leaving at at least least thirty thirty nine nine people people dead dead and and seventy seventy injured injured featured featured passengers passengers being being brought brought ashore ashore after after the the massive massive blaze blaze forced forced many many to to leap leap into into the the rivers rivers cold cold waters waters to to escape escape the the flames flames scary scary eight eight hundred hundred passengers passengers from from Bangladesh's Bangladesh's capital capital Dhaka Dhaka on on a a one one hundred hundred and and fifty fifty mile mile trip trip southward southward fire fire broke broke out out around around three three AM AM this this daylight daylight came came the the ferries ferries blackened blackened all all set set anchored anchored at at the the river's river's edge edge as as rescue rescue teams teams searched searched for for both both survivors survivors and and the the bodies bodies of of the the dead dead a a fire fire officer officer says says the the blaze blaze may may have have started started in in the the engine engine room room the the government government has has set set up up two two committees committees to to investigate investigate in in order order them them to to report report findings findings in in three three days days I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Strictly Blazin

Strictly Blazin

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Strictly Blazin

"Up and be trying to get up and leave I can teach you a couple things like I deserve for me I don't work in man it's on purpose I'm doing it big body language life because Bangladesh are educated how to do this shit temporary that's never rarely unnecessary. I am that bitch you can't get this like this out of your mind. You.

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Dr. Ryan Cole on Making the COVID Vaccine Less 'One Size Fits All'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Ryan Cole on Making the COVID Vaccine Less 'One Size Fits All'

"Make pretty clear that you don't think getting these vaccines is a great idea. You've made that pretty clear. Give us some basics because there are people out there who just think anybody says that is just flat out crazy. What i've looked at tells me no. It's a very bad idea to get the vaccine. But i'm not a doctor. You are a doctor so tell us well. I think we approached this. Everything's hammer. Everything's a nail. There's a one-size-fits-all approach governmentally nationally. Medically we really need to consider who are the risk groups so are targeted approach should be high risk. Maybe do the vaccines for those individuals. But it's still not without its risks number two contagion control your stay home wash. Your hands masks are incredibly questionable and controversial. But there's no data in the last decades and decades that show in a randomized control trial. They work even the bangladesh study. That just came out if you look at eight zero two thirty no benefit and then number three early treatment and before early treatment and number five early treatment but the vaccines themselves are not without risk. And and we're using this one size fits all approach to all routes and say underage fifty without risk factors ninety nine point nine. Eight percent of people survive the virus with early treatment. Almost one hundred percent. I'm not saying that people aren't going to succumb to the virus but two pound whoops of individuals that are more risk from shot than benefit is scientifically illogical and unethical

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There Is No Evidence That Masks Do Anything to Mitigate the Spread of COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 1 year ago

There Is No Evidence That Masks Do Anything to Mitigate the Spread of COVID

"The mask stuff Steve has gotten out of control It's gotten to the point now where it's so unscientific It's gotten to the point where it's ridiculous And my fear candidly Steve is that people have come to rely on this as some kind of prophylactic mechanism and they actually think it's going to save them And I just want to read you quickly two tweets Here's one from the education secretary cardona He tweeted this out he's the education secretary I think he'd know better He says a Wisconsin study found that schools that required masking had a 37% lower incidence of COVID than the surrounding community Now you and I Steven smart guys were like wow this is great mask they work This is incredible Good news Well the lead researcher traci hog replied back mister secretary I was the senior author of this study We're not able to give out any information about the role mask laid in the low end school transmission rates How many times do they get to do this Steve How many times Until we make them stop it and they're going to keep doing it And there is no data real time data point and you can save me your studies from Bangladesh There is no real time data point anywhere in the world over the last 18 months that show masks do absolutely anything to collectively mitigate against the spread of

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"bangladesh" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"The villages in the study were given free masks and education and the other half weren't mubarak explained to us how the study was done. And what they learned given the massive scale of the trial with three hundred and forty two thousand people we decided to just basically throw a lot of different strategies at it and then we came up with or strategies when implemented in unison was persistently increasing mass wearing. We call it norm. The end stands for no cost. Mass destruction did free The old stands for offering information so we had a nice video. Gordon empires tissue okay. Detail must that explains the importance of mass worrying where the prime minister of the country. Mark pelleting packing the captain of the cricket team uku cornucopia knocking by the director of the imam. Training academy religious leaders are gone more did jump darlene. They all kind recorded snippets for us. And the m sent for role modeling of leaders where we went to. The mosque did a secondary maceration but work with the imam of the mosque so that he would endorsed concept and tell his congress finally. You can't just distribute masks on day one and leave it. You have to go back and remind people so. Basically we had mass promoter. We tried to hire them locally so they would sort of politely intercept people say look. We distributed mass everywhere in the willard wires wearing what. Here's a replacement mask. You can have these. Don't forget next time because we don't have too many of these about when you do all four of these strategies together. We saw a tripling of massachusetts that effect stay persistent beyond the period of intervention. And how did that affect the rates of covert nineteen.

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Study: Air Pollution May Reduce Life Expectancy

CNN 5 Things

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Study: Air Pollution May Reduce Life Expectancy

"Air. Pollution is a greater breadth. Who people's lives around the world than smoking. hiv aids or war. that's out of the university of chicago's energy policy institute. Cnn's anna sterler as more. According to a new report published. Wednesday people are losing nearly two and a half years of their lives. On average in countries where air pollution levels or below standards set by the world health organization. India has the highest levels of air pollution. Globally and residents have an average of nearly six shaved off their lives. According to air quality life index the index calculates years loss based on what the life expectancy would be if a country met clean air guidelines. Set by the who. The top five countries with the highest average number of years lost were india bangladesh nepal pakistan and

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Passenger Boat in Bangladesh Sinks After Collision, 22 Dead

Bullseye

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Passenger Boat in Bangladesh Sinks After Collision, 22 Dead

"After their passenger boat sank Friday with more than 100 people on board. The driver of a cargo vessel that is suspected of colliding with the passenger boat has been arrested. An emergency service official says. Despite earlier reports of dozens missing, they found no. One after searching the area for 24 hours, the boat had no passenger list, which is common in the area. The accidents are common in Bangladesh because of unskilled workers and poor enforcement of safety rules. I'm Janine Herbst, and you're listening to

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How Eco-Friendly is Fashion Rental, Really?

Wardrobe Crisis

01:58 min | 1 year ago

How Eco-Friendly is Fashion Rental, Really?

"Very excited to bring you this new episode all about fashion rental and how sustainable is have you been reading all these headlines questioning sustainability credentials. Because i've been everywhere. Now the popular angle was you may as well throw your clothes away. Because rental isn't eko wrought What do you think of this. His a selection of headlines and leads from popular media on this topic. The guardian went with a study has revealed that renting clothes long touted as one of the inverted. Commas onces to fashions sustainability crisis is worse for the planet then throwing them away dazed reported on the harmful environmental impacts of clothes jazz from transportation to upkeep glamour magazine. They said renting your has just been cooled out as the least environmentally friendly fashion option. And so on now all of this came out of the publication. In a finnish scientific journal of a study by five researchers from looked university led by jakko lebanon. He and his colleagues villa usa. Tallow anna harry curran and lassie linen compared the environmental impacts of five different scenarios around owning and disposing of clothes these included renting resale and recycling. Now when you do a study like this you got to make some decisions about ways dot and you'll methodology like what kind of garment we a cat. Where is it made. What's it made from. And where does it travel. So what market is it being sold or rented or recycled in an what's your average baseline for usage like. How often does it get worn. The research has decided on a pair of jeans made in bangladesh and consumed or rented or accessed in europe.

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Bangladesh Vaccinating Rohingya Refugees Amid Virus Surge

Dan Caplis

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Bangladesh Vaccinating Rohingya Refugees Amid Virus Surge

"ABC News Roam the government of Bangladesh has started vaccinating Rohingya refugees as a covid surge raises health concerns. More than one million people who fled Myanmar are sheltering in crowded camps. The delta vary in driving the surge across Bangladesh, particularly in the southern

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Asylum Seekers or Economic Migrants? With Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Asylum Seekers or Economic Migrants? With Former CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan

"Let's talk about who these people because this isn't really discussed with so is we accept so many people land of immigrants so let. Let's be clear who's coming across the border. My this. this is personal to me. My parents were actual. Refugees got asylum status. Why because my father was liberated from a communist prison where he had been put there for his beliefs not committing a crime but for believing that communism was bad. He was on a shoot to kill list if he was captured. After the hungarian revolution he wasn't going back to prison. He was going to be executed in the street so when he escaped with his seventeen year. Old future live in the refugee camp. After six weeks of interrogation by counterintelligence offices he was given refugee asylum status which is given to those who wear the for religious political or other reasons will be allowed to stay in that country because otherwise they would die. Ob persecuted if they return in the hundreds of thousands of people across the border. Are these people mark. Morgan asylum seekers with refugee status. No they're economic migrants. Your your listeners. Need to pay attention. What you just said you're spot on asylum asylum is if you're a victim of state-sponsored persecution because of your religious beliefs or your your membership in a protected class your political affiliation. That's what asylum it's not for economic conditions. So look i got. You may live and in some harsh economic conditions. And i've got you may live in a city where there's general violence god and that's not good but that is not a balance island quite this administration knows it. Ninety percent of silent claims are invalid and found to at the end receive a court order removal and they know that but they're still encouraging illegal immigration. And who's coming. Is it old mexico. Guatemala and on tourists whose combat she. That's another false narrative of out there. Look this is why we say. It's not just about our public safety. It's also about our national security right now on average border to apprehend illegal aliens from one hundred forty different countries. It's two hundred in the world guys. There's only two hundred countries from one hundred and forty crossing the southern border. Romania ghanistan yemen bangladesh. A golden on everywhere everywhere. It's unbelievable

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"bangladesh" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"I'm at marco werman myanmar's row hinge people. Tell stories of a thousand year history. Living in eric kahn mexico's of now myanmar and mar the government of myanmar tells a different story that these same people are foreigners that they migrated from neighboring bangladesh over the past four years. Hundreds of thousands of ryan have been driven from me and meyer by government troops and local militias. They live in dozens of refugee camps. In the city of cox's bazar across the border in bangladesh among the few things refugees still have left our stories years. The world's steven snyder. I'm typing a message to muhammad resolution. He's twenty four years old lives in cox's bazaar where it's not easy to get a phone connection. Let alone wifi. I type out my question in. What's up where is your home in about a minute later. His recorded answer comes back from mongolia. Kind of yama. I'm not leaving. Could to along with cam reservoir says he's from mondo reclined district in myanmar. And he's now living in the kutupalong refugee camp. I got in touch with reservoir after. I learned about a book. He's just written is called row. Hinga folktales on college tradition. We're on the brink of loathing. All of them. Unfortunately not folktales. He says are how rohan people teach their youngsters. Morals and lessons restaurant wants to preserve these stories. He spent a year putting his book together. Resin want doesn't have a car. He doesn't want bike so he walked up to five miles to meet each storyteller. It was not that easy. I mean really. It was really hot. He collected nearly twenty stories Who there's one about the village. The foolish villagers alex edited wrestles translations of ruhanga folk tales. Orphan boy is mistreated by some of the villagers and he decides to seek revenge on them by tricking them into selling all their cows burn down their house and then eventually tying themselves to a stake in the middle of an estuary that floods and drowns all them surrey works in international development and he records the music of exiled groups around the world. He met reservoir in kocsis bizarre while recording the music. We're hearing now by rohani. Refugees folktales are not universal language. If you read these folktales some of them are quirky. Maybe not even the morals that i would think of when i was thinking of a folktales. Here's one of reservoirs favorites. The but hunter tom hunter in a village. Oneday foiled hunting in early trapped in his group of beautiful. He'll and the heron are all trying to escape. And they're flying up and down left and right back and forth not travelling not not traveling. Salt gnawed east nor west restaurants says the moral of that story is that birds and people can't go anywhere until they cooperate. Here's another that todd of the stories of quinn's dri queens dream. Ancient times doha's country that had been badly affected by drought one. The the queen of the country. Let me say out front that the queen had a very strange dream. She dreams that the coming rains. If people drink them we'll turn them mad. And despite her warnings to the villagers that's exactly what happens. The place descends into chaos reservoir and says. This story has immoral. The moral of this is that if the lawn doors in the country jonty if the wrongdoers in the country are the majority and falls anti country into that tuition they can force the entire country into a bad situation is refusing that now. What they're facing is discrimination marginalisation. The united nations described it as a textbook example of ethnic cleansing reservoir told me that he and his family fled myanmar when their village was set on fire. If life there was untenable he said in the camps. it seems like we are facing the second genocide. I want to publish this a in english. Because i just went to the international community to know about our culture about charlie sheen and about the existence of ringo people not caught in our con the name rohan gay. People give to their homeland in myanmar. A name you can no longer find on any map a name and it's stories that mohammed reservoir wants us all to remember for the world. I'm steven snyder. Thanks to alex. Ebbs and the music and exile project for providing the of music recorded in cox's bazaar learn more about hindu folktales at the world dot org.

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TV Reports: Fire in food factory in Bangladesh kills dozens

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

TV Reports: Fire in food factory in Bangladesh kills dozens

"Bangladesh TV stations say at least forty nine people have died in a fire that broke out at a food and beverage factory outside the country's capital an official has confirmed that a fob again Thursday night at the five story for some food and beverage limited factory just outside the capital dot com he said additional details were not yet clear while local TV says rescuers were trying to recover the bodies from of the burn factory which was locked from the inside when the fire began Bangladesh has a tragic history of industrial disasters in twenty nineteen a five the oldest part of the city a four hundred year old area cramped with apartments shops and warehouses left at least sixty seven people dead I'm Charles Taylor that's not

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Like taco. Which would spent quite a lot of time already. I think we were ready for those needs about sweated about as much of our moisture content as we could in decker and i think by the time we go out we were ready for a little bit of visual change as well and talking of Swazi law dame. I think most of our half my body weight and swear i mean one. That's carrying of the equipment when you're working to go and talk to people so i know always a bit tricky because often so busy filming things. You don't get a chance to really look them. You know experience them but the comments up to school. Not that's my phrase app highlights view any moment. Either you know before before even the shoots begun author shoot all during. What do you think getting from eight to bees definitely interesting one highlight familiar. Was filming people making mud embankments on the edge of the shindand so we have to take a speedboat to this one murder indictment pixel being created. Martin got off and we were up to shins in murden. We had to go because it was the only way to get any grin. And so yeah. We went up this huge bank and did some shots and some of us on the way back. Michael had a little slip. I knew that i knew that was coming. Yes i've fallow for quite spectacular style to all on camera other any little moments in between filming the have stuck with you. I mean for example. I think it was after day of filming kellyanne pool sluman and when you often filming in this particular slum you will get so many children who all just want. Come see what you're doing and the cool crowded around and to try and keep people a little bit away from daynuss. He's filming so that he can get a few natural looking shots. Mark with dole strip and determining the children so we were acting sort of pied pipers and we just had this kind of really long game where they play what is like a spin. It's like a little spinning top and it was actually just really lovely half hour playing spinning top with these children and i really really enjoyed ever been moments like that which have stood out to you either in decor whilst we panache about. I think yeah. We'll go back to being On the river in south west coast don by the sooner vans And we were on our way back to the city back to cool now back to the hustle and bustle and the sun was coming dying. It was a lovely evening. And i think it was the first time in quite a long time on this trip that we felt a little bit of tranquility And then just as if by magic Giant dolphin jumped out of water with efficient. It's much excitement and then before you knew. There were many ten dolphins all swimming. You're on the boat. Yeah it was amazing exciting for us and we just oh maybe this just happens all the time on the father of but then the guy bouba with who has been what's in dolphin conservation said. He had the last time something like that. Let's ten years ago so we felt very lucky. Something we've always said between us at the end of every day as we can get back into the car and head back is how you know some lucky. No no luck you. How grateful but you just get a sense that we can leave some. We can leave the situation currently and go back and has a bit of air conditioning and an a cool shower at night. Something that difference is something that will stick with us. I think after this trip definitely does always moments when we come back from a shoe and even just having a shower. And i think long and we're so lucky. He got home at the end of the day. Whether you spent times in the slum more in a village like bogey which is sort of playing on every time it's gone it's actually. The kids are just so full of joy and energy. You know because it just kids in the thing. That's the kind of take away from my is. They have no idea that their life is hard. They have no idea that their life is different from anyone else's you know because it's all i know i'm not quite sobering. Thought because when you speak to the idols certainly in the slums or or the people trying to scrape together a living fishing off the coast you know. They'll soon learn that you know this isn't this isn't high people should have to live tough existence. Said it's incredible tales. They're from our team out in bangladesh. So kathrina it's been so interesting. Hearing about your experiences at so far in bangladeshi will still be the next week. Hopefully you'll get a chance to leave the hotel room despite the lockdown votes We will chat again on the forecast next week. But that's it for now. Thank you for listening to this. Special episode scully's climate cast on the climate. Change front line which was produced by emory woodhouse. 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"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Climate change conference twenty six. We don't want to have to beg for money. We should be seeing biggest. The world's biggest polluters voluntarily trying to help us. Because this isn't just an issue for bangladesh is issue for the whole world but also the world can learn from. Bangladesh is experiencing lamb from some of the mitigation measures. It's already put in place but you know this is so urgent in it's such emergency just needs the cash to try and keep these people in their homes for longer for now do for medical impression only. Can you tell. I fail so i can tell you do and and we i think i think it's just because it's that sense of urgency and immediacy you get from talking with people that you feel. Gosh why haven't we seen this earlier. And it's that sense of you know for some people for example in that village by the hanging village where the rivers creeping up. It's too late. it's too late for them. They're going to have to move. They've kind of resign themselves to. And it's heartbreaking. Because we always try and be so positive and and the action can make a difference but it is too late for those people but the best you can hope and it sounds callous to say and i was trying to think in my mind like how how what what posted come we draw. I think the only thing you can draw from their experience is let's look at it. Let's learn from it and just really hope we can stop it happening to tens of thousands millions ball indeed let it be a lesson for the world. Yeah absolutely so the situation is pretty darn. There's no denying that but the bangladesh government are doing what they can't try to adapt an offer advice to other vulnerable countries at risk of a similar fate to bangladesh. And we're very pleased to be able to talk to one of those people apple. Callum assad is the newly appointed special climate envoys the bangladesh and chair of the climate vulnerable forum which represents the worst affected countries at cop. How much help do countries like. Bangladesh need from the rest of the international community. Is it getting. the financial. Support needs the developed developed-country committed hundred billion dollars but far cry earlier committed point seven percent of their gdp for the developing country incomes of is implementation on holidays so all these apart right so bangladesh develop our own fund of climate trust. You mentioned the hundred billion dollar fund. This is an annual fund that was pledged that that biggest still hasn't been reached though. Has it by the international. Do you think ever will be reaching. Do you think the fact that that targets been missed. It suggests that people still think that this is someone else's problem and that there's not that sense of wanting to shoulder the responsibility by the international community by some of the biggest polluters. This is one of the only. This hundred billion dollar will not change the oil. Ciu but these hundred billion dollar can be used you were provided by the metex by developed countries. Then some sort of vulnerability could be reduced. We are very hopeful that when usa came back in Bettys agreement not only bangladesh in the whole globe. Look so bitter. Hope that from now. On after the g seven leaders meeting the scenario will be changed and a bitter result will be in the copter six. Is that your main hope for cop. Twenty six copter into six Not only the hope is one hundred billion but we understand that it should be much more hundred billion plus at the same time the issue of for global warming one point five degrees so we need for the commitment in cop twenty six from the developed country to reach one point five what difference does have a degree make to a country like bangladesh. You for even one point. Five degrees centigrade increase then by two one. Zero zero about twenty five to thirty percent of our county will go underwater for the sea level rise and thanks the tasha's experiencing the effects of climate change right now as we've been hearing so what's your message that the rest of the world on the issue. We need to leave with major. We need to fight nature about. We need to live with nature so fight nature. How reducing the global temperature and leave with nature. That you might get hold of your people so how to survive with these mitchell calamities So many good practices is cited. And so many i could not so these good practices which nature bridge solution in our country. And obviously we are working for the local deduction these two or and having the innovative financing In different climate vulnerability and also zillions so really interesting to hear from the bangladeshi climate envoy about what he thinks the rest of the world should be doing to save not just bangladesh but other vulnerable countries as well and adapt to nature seems to be his message. There look for solutions as we always do of course on climate costs now katerina poorly go. I do want to know the highlight of your trip. What's stuck out to you most. There's just been so much to reflect on where we been spoken to what we've seen over the past five six weeks at so. I thought i'd reopen my two brothers in arms at dean massey and michael blair who've been with me here in bangladesh. I'm michael blair on the news editor for all things climate at sky news. So i'm dean massey on the camera operator on the trip so i capture all the images and edit the pieces that go out on. Tv let me go to court and team at what has been your highlights so far. I mean we've been worried when we've been into dako. We've been down to the coast. Michael what do you think. The u has stood at the highlight for me in coming to bangladesh is being getting to the south west and get into the sundarbans which is a unesco world heritage site protected site. It's the biggest mongrel forest in the world. And i think just that juxtaposition of getting going there to this massive nature reserve this huge hub of biodiversity and wildlife when that's compared with the mods man meads industrial hustle and bustle and intensity of.

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"All. It's it's where the land and the water meets is indistinguishable because the type of land hair and it's kind of a mud and sediment that's mixed on it is so slippery the kids who live in these villages think kits hysterical and so much fun because they're sliding down the mud the mud banks and into the water. And then i arrive. Oh gosh i'm sort of you know we're in the speed by approaching this island and i'm trying to be cool and it's always guys you sort. Women don't particularly work in in the teams that we've been working is generally guides and it's loaded the fishermen who driving the boats. We've got one been fries too. I asked him for sunday fishing. This idea and then they asked to quit doing well. Which was nice and now one is two and self sufficient independent woman. And i'm gonna get off this boat onto this island. I take one step wipeout unlike the sliding along. Because we'd been told that because it's so slippery actually. You're better off going bath that you can get a bit of purchased toes. But i think i was so overwhelmed. 'cause this lovely bank of children had rushed towards us to say hello because they're of school because of the pandemic any deviation from daily locked down there so kind of overjoyed to see anyone they were so honest and so frank about their experience living in precarious situation where that that that island is being eroded by the river because of rising sea levels and that their homes which raise up on these still just battered by cyclones constantly and they were so honest and frankly showing us how how swami spectacle fishermen. You know he'd pointed to the mid of the rivers at. That's where my house used to be. Should they actually ask just cannot see and it was three hundred meters from where we were standing. Now you just got a sense of how desperate things off the people and how close they are to the edge. You know we we we talk and we joke about all getting onto the mud and falling over. But these are the conditions that they're having to adapt and deal with learn to deal with every day So it was Certainly an eye opening experience down to the south just to see how close some people living to the edge and to be honest furloughed of the people living there. You know it probably is. They're going can have to move. They're going to have to either move from their village away from the river ray from the livelihoods that they've always known which is fishing and rice farming riverside villages surrounded by beautiful mangrove forest incredible wildlife fresher river water to come and live in a city like docker which is well. It's ranked the fourth least liveable cities in the world. I'm free much to that. Say it'll in terms of its congested. It's the air is very polluted just from the number and volume of people that live but these are decisions people having to make an not particularly say that kind of accepted that they were going to have to make that decision guttering. I'm really interested in you saying that. Duck has ranked the fourth least liveable city in the world. Give us more of a sense of why that is yet. What just to put that into context. One of the country's so i think the least liveable is damascus. In syria and data is only three places about that but what those rankings petite you look at things air quality infrastructure and i some areas of it intense It's jam packed with people with buildings when it floods because of the monsoon rain the sewers. Unfortunately clog i'm back backup and the smell is horrendous and compounding all that is all these people all trying to work live jostle together in this environment where it's just unbelievably intense and we. We spoke to a guy massive seller who is head of bangladesh's biggest ngo brac and interestingly they when they started as an ngo they started back in the seventies and it it was to help bangladesh's who were coming back from india but over the last five years he was saying so much of their work now is to do with helping people affected by climate change. We met him in kellyanne poor slum and he's a little bit like i imagine it's a little bit like what it's like when you interviewed barack obama. He doesn't come alone. We had an entourage of about forty people and they barricade they barricade one end of the road because they needed to give him some space. but he's so lovely and he knows the slums inside and out and he's done so much work there. We'd really like orchestrated and his team. So came in you exactly where we want to do. The interview where they wanted to know where we wanted to do each we start and the heavens open. It's to sound right. Oh you're going to be why we're going to go shirt for a number of and all of our plans are just obliterated by this monsoon rain but full credit to him. He's so used to it and he just kept going I'm really gave us such great sense. All war is me in dakar. Is huge challenge that they face. So what can the government do about it. I mean are there ways of building up defenses to try and prevent some of the land flooding. I mean what are they doing So there are embankments being built to try and hold back rising sea levels but also innovation such as reversals. Most this so so plant where they're trying to ten salt water back into fresh drinking water people being encouraged to do rainwater harvesting so a bit like having a rainwater by you know. We have them in the uk fuel garden while that suggesting actually people don't make the best use use the monsoon rain. We have to try and at least get some fresh water drinking supplies. They're looking at alternative crops to grow that more salt resistant. So some flower seeds for example can grow With with salty. Water is of fresh water. So you know that might be a bit more. Durable crop and there are people who are creating floating gardens and floating fields so that they didn't have to be said heavily. Reliant on on fish-farming they. Perhaps you still do their vegetable farming their rice farming for example to this huge innova- innovation this us potential. But what it needs is financial support and investment and that bangladesh currently spends two percent of its gdp all mitigation measures and this is a poor country at cannot really afford to sustain that. I'm what it's saying is we're going to.

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Interview with the country's climate envoy. Mr apple callum azadi to ask how the country can save. What little is left so katerina. You've been extremely busy. Since we last spoke last time we talked on this podcast. You're locked away in quarantine so tell me what's happened since it's it's really difficult to describe what working in bangladesh at the moment is like it's been a real assault on the senses. I think is probably the best way to describe it. We've been dako speaking to people who have lost their homes and livelihoods because of climate change. You know this for them is in an emergency in ten twenty thirty years time. This is happening right now. And why is bangladesh so vulnerable. Well i mean if if you've been around long enough look i think we have we you know. I think people will often think. Oh well bangladesh always floods. Doesn't it back in the early seventies george harrison. That was even concerts. Raising money for people who've been affected by cyclones flooding in bangladesh. It's geographically vulnerable. It's a very low lying. Ten percent of the country isn't even a maitre above sea level so when their site clones and monsoon rains which come every year the country floods and people used to that people know that happens and they've adapted and they cope with it but cycling's becoming more intense that becoming more unpredictable. Monsoon rain is having a great impact on flood levels because of rising sea levels so when you have rising sea levels you have more intense. Cyclones you have this monsoon right. That rain that comes flooding is getting worse is becoming more unpredictable and it's also changing how people farming and how people of fishing these fundamentally changing the way people have lived for generations and it is not only meaning. They can't stay wet. They want to live they come. They caught me. They can't earn income. It means where they're moving to and when we spoke to the bangladeshi government. They said that they think there's around. Hall a million bangladeshis who are leaving their homes every year because climate change is having an impact on the city's at they're moving to places like docker which adjust overwhelmed. Now by the number of new arrivals it cannot cope. Often these people who are very poor and they're ending up in slums and the conditions are on the disappointing if people yet another visited those slums haven't you tell us a little bit about that experience. Then yes so we. We went to one area kellyanne poor and there's a main roads. It's very busy. There's lots of shops off the main road there's all these little alleyways and they adult the shots that line this alleyway apax close together. There's thin tin corrugated metal walls separating one shack from the other so if your neighbors got the radio on you're going to hear it. There's no privacy. There's hardly any windows. There are open drains when it floods because of the monsoon rain. You know you've got dirty water going into houses and it's very very difficult. It's very costra phobic. And we when we were there when and spoke to one lady of noor jehan begum. Some malacca jehan. She's been that she's relatively new arrival. She came to kellyanne paul about a year ago from a town coupe. Bram cappelli and life. That was wasn't easy. She worked really hard but she and her husband and her four children had a small farm They grew watermelon lentil and chilly and they borrowed money for that year seed crops and borrowed money to get cease to plant and then a cycling came. I'm white to all out so not only did they lose the income from that year's crop they also found themselves in debt because they have borrowed money in the first place they lost their land because of the rising sea levels and they have no option but to come and live here. And it's heartbreaking when you speak to them because she was telling us how not only all the conditions just to to get by but it's that sense of isolation you know she had a community she'd grown up her family for in this area and now she's living in a slum where she says this family her husband and her two sons that is all. She has anomaly but this one the hostess. I'm led to suspect school salem. To the sheet you talked about the flooding with us in quite a she was emotional. But not overly so. But the moment you are. How do you feel about having to leave your family. That was the moment. Choose burst into tears and i think that's side of climate change. We we don't really talk about what we don't really see. We don't expect especially when we're over in the uk we think of it as something for the future but these personal stories that are happening right now and it's hard to it's hard to do. It's hard to watch. And it's and their stories at a difficult to listen to. But you feel gosh. People need to know about unreal examples of extraordinary human spirit as well people really trying to make the best of their situation. I know you met a very young teacher. Who was just trying to do her bit to try and improve the situation for some of the kids yet so we would just walking through one of these very narrow alleyways that we were going to up on our way to one of these interviews which would set up and then just through this little button in pasta shot this face out and it was this eighteen year old girl who tanya who ran out. I think she'd hoped we were speaking english and she was like. Oh i i'm a i'm i'm i'm a student i'm teaching. Come and see what i'm doing. Are you understanding. And she took us into her family's shack which is just two rooms. No windows oiling hall and the whole space is pretty much a bed and there were about five or six little children and they could have only been four five and she was teaching them in very broken english but really trying best little bit of english. A little bit of bengali. A little bit of math Because she said you know. I'm small person. I'm a little person but i just want to try and help these children. And she like so. Many other people in that slum area had come her parents come through said lost their home to rising sea levels in the coast in the same part of south coast. Where many of these climate migrants that go to this particular income from and it was just up to be honest. we salute is. We're such as soppy lot. You'd think where these hard-nosed journalists and we speak to all these people by the end of it. We're kind of speak to them. You just want to give everyone a massive. How just to have a little cry. But it's just so understandable and if that wasn't enough you then went down to the coast as well. Didn't you to see how people there were coping with the changing climate yet so we took a ferry. It was an overnight boat from dhaka. And it's just easiest way to get around there so many rivers and canals across the country. Say going anywhere. By ferries the best option. But we took a victorian puddle steamer. We don't make life easy for ourselves but it was called the rocket but it took sixteen hours so running. Go there well. It was probably a rocket when it. I got here in the nineteen thirties. We got onto this very ancient paddle. Steamer i don't think anyone slept very much on this boat because it made frequent stops along the river and so you just been nodding off and then you'd hit as clang and then there's this alarm of this great big foghorn and everyone shouting and you wonder am i gonna we ever gonna get that but we did. Eventually we end up In this river village cool caliber gay and is.

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"This is the sound of the streets of dhaka. The capital of bangladesh a country at the forefront of climate emergency. It's home to more than one hundred. Sixty three million people who ever should a face with devastating and unpredictable impacts of climate change. This morning. we've come to a dot com. That's kellyanne paul. And i'm stood on a main road that runs through this area and it's lined with lots of different shops. I'm stood next to a scrap metal seller on one side on the other. That is a shop selling different sorts of fabric casuarina. Spend the last few weeks traveling around the streets of bangladesh to see how the country is affected constantly by extreme weather events such as excessive rainfall and cyclones during monsoon season at least a quarter of bangladesh can end up submerged and there are people absolutely everywhere men women children of course our presence Always draws a fair bit of attention. But if i come off the main thoroughfare then come into the alleyways rising sea levels have wiped out thousands of homes schools and entire villages. Many many people have no choice but to migrate to dhaka but the overpopulated city is already struggling to cope and with two thousand people. Arriving every single day conditions are best on safe and at worst unlivable. We were here a few days ago when we saw when it was raining. How drains overflowed bringing not only rain water drain mussa which is dirty and smelly into federal's and interfax chris crumbling crumbling under under people coming here lack of infrastructure shubin. The people go to the city every year minimum. Half a million people and cut do can accommodate in our slums but hollow. Hello i'm anna jones. An iron katharina topsy and welcome to special episode of climate casper. I'm live from dhaka in bangladesh. One of the countries in the world most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change in this episode. We're going to explore exactly. Why binder dash is so vulnerable and hear from the people on the ground who've lost their livelihood because of climate change plus we have an exclusive.

Bangladesh and Sydney, Australia Entering Lockdown as Virus Outbreak Grows

The Newsroom

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Bangladesh and Sydney, Australia Entering Lockdown as Virus Outbreak Grows

What are Frontier Markets?

Money For the Rest of Us

02:19 min | 1 year ago

What are Frontier Markets?

"As i was doing the research. I was fascinated by the sheer size of frontier markets in terms of population. Two point two billion people. A third of the world's population yet the economic impact at this point is still small only about three and a half percent of the world's gross domestic product the monetary value of goods and services produced a third of the world's population produces less than five percent of economic output. This size of the stock market's even smaller frontier markets. Make up less than one percent of global stock market capitalization that's the size of the equity market as determined by the price of a particular company times the shares outstanding less than one percent. And there aren't even that many stocks there are three thousand stocks that comprise the msi all country world index which is both developed and emerging markets. There are fourteen hundred emerging market stocks yet in the mci frontiers market and xers only eighty one stocks the countries that comprise that in. And i'll just go through the list. Because i think it's helpful and instructive to know what's there is croatia estonia iceland lithuania kazakhstan romania serbia's slovenia other countries include kenya morocco. Area bahrain jordan oman bangladesh lanka vietnam the largest country within the index as measured by market capitalization or sizes vietnam. It comprises thirty percent of the frontier market index. Morocco is twelve percent. Iceland's eight percent. Kenya seven percent. Kazakhstan is seven percent in looking at ways to invest the primary. Etf i found for us based investors is the i shares mci frontier and select emerging market. Etf i'm not sure exactly when i shares renamed it but the largest wait in that. Etf is kuwait at nineteen percent. And as i mentioned kuwait was upgraded from my frontier market to an emerging market.

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Rogue Renews Partnership With Kia Motors

Esports Minute

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Rogue Renews Partnership With Kia Motors

"Manufacturer Kia Motors has renewed their partnership with e-sports or Rogue. We often hear about initial partnership between an organization and a major brand. But relatively uncommonly. Do we hear that the deal has been renewed some time later with three of the deal. Expect a new wave of content creation that will highlight Rogue players their personalities and their stories, as well as supporting the brand narrative from Kia of movement. That inspires at this point in time, many of the popular automotive brake, I've already had some kind of foot in the Esports space. This renewed deal with Kia. Simply proves the effect. Esports have with these brands

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Powerful Cyclone Batters Eastern India

BBC World Service

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Powerful Cyclone Batters Eastern India

"Go to India now where powerful cyclone has torn into the east of the nation, with reports suggesting his killed several people. Cyclone yes, intensified into a very in face severe cyclonic storm yesterday and hit the states of West Bengal, Orissa and southern Bangladesh. Well, this is a second cyclone to hit the country in a week. After cyclone telltale killed more than 150 people. Now this comes as India's already struggling as we know to deal with this Kobe 19 out, Blake. We're joined now by Advantica Go Shoes, journalist with the print in India. Um, And she's also the author. Billions under lockdown inside India's battle Against Cove in 19 Morning to you, Thank you very much for joining us. Avantika tell us if you may What the latest is with the cyclone and the kind of damage it's wrought. Good morning. So you know, Four people have died in the two Eastern states off West Bengal in Orissa. Some two million people across five states have been evacuated over the past few days on D. You know, some investigating all about 10. Million people were affected in order, sir, about 1 28 submerged Villagers, so they the state government is trying to get help to them. But the immediate timeline that they're looking at, by which time they can't reach this 1 28 villages is eyes over the next week, perhaps And it's after help reaches that the you know estimate can be made of how many people have been affected. How many casualties on all

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Cyclone Lashes India, Bangladesh After 1.1M Evacuated

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Cyclone Lashes India, Bangladesh After 1.1M Evacuated

"Heavy winds and a high tide a lashing parts of eastern India and neighboring Bangladesh as a cyclone moves a shore when will the one point one million people have already evacuated sustained winds of up to eighty seven miles per hour blowing but the storm is full cost to weaken somewhat West Bengal state's top official says twenty thousand mud huts and temples shelters the poor have been damaged TV images showed knee deep water in the beach resort town on the wind whipping palm trees Scicluna was already caused two deaths and damage times before the landfill and comes amid the code of our surge complicating relief efforts I'm Charles for the past month

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UN Launches Response Plan for Rohingya in Bangladesh

UN News

01:13 min | 1 year ago

UN Launches Response Plan for Rohingya in Bangladesh

"Bringing Refugees who fled persecution in myanmar. For years ago are more vulnerable than at any point since two thousand seventeen the. Un has warned in an appeal for international support to help them launching the cool for nine hundred and forty million dollars for nearly nine hundred thousand refugees in bangladesh's cox's bazar camp complex un refugee agency chief. Filippo grandi also urged india and thailand to keep their borders open to those fleeing from violence linked to the myanmar coup tuesday's appeal covers requests for more than one hundred thirty four partners who include un agencies international ngos and a majority of bangladeshi ngos if funded it will also benefit almost half a million bangladeshi nationals living in communities that are hosting the refugees the world food program which is also present in cox's bazar warned that the covid nineteen crisis has reduced opportunities for refugees. The camp complex also disaster-prone and faces a monsoon to cyclone seasons every year which is why the un agency continues to support disaster risk reduction activities. These include rebuilding cyclone shelters improving drainage systems stabilizing slopes and helping communities diversify their livelihood activities. So that they do not need to rely on agriculture for income

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"bangladesh" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"Of all of the problems that islam has been hiding that no one he said all religious teachers know these things. They won't tell you but they don't know what to do with it as he was going to write a book and expose all this and when they released him from he was hiding the papers in the library among some religious books because he had no place to put it in his cell and when they decided to release him they released so fast without warning. He didn't have to take his papers with him. They got left in jail. And i think it was just as good because i find very few converts to actually come out of trashing islam. If you hold up christ. I don't need to trash us on. Jesus trump's islam every day of the week so and that was one of the things that would happen before he was converted as we were discussing the new testament and his realization started to wake up the who jesus was. He would say that. Who muhammed if this is then. Who is muhammad. is. I think you know something. You're not telling me like we've discussed that. But i really think that we understand who jesus is then we understand who mohammed is. I don't have to do that because he wasn't a convert. He was not converted yet. I was not going to so muhammad under the bus. I i still don't want to because i don't need to. I can hold up. Jesus and jesus stands alone for who he is and so is that would come around. I'd say okay. Let's discuss jesus. Because i think we'll see who mohammed is. He said. Yeah yeah. That's right. And i can still remember the day he come in there and he's like i've got it figured out. I've got it figured out. I said what is it. He said muhammad was a false prophet acid. I didn't tell you that he said no i did. He said i know what it was. And then as he was reading the bible a sudden one day he had called me up and he was very urgent and he said. I need to come talk to you. I said okay actually have plans for that day. And he's like go ahead. I'll change my plans. I think this is urgent. And he's like no no you go. I'll come tomorrow. And when he came he walked in the room. Set down the ax. Twenty verse sixteen because we had never even discussed this. He opened us up to where paul was giving his testimony. And he said.

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"You're breaking up. Could you say that again about three. That left that it was over marriage issues. Or am i still breaking out on you. It's good okay. Yes sorry about that what we have a little. It's a whole different culture and we're we're still trying to help them work their way through it and our bishop just was over about a month ago helping them decide again what to do with the situation where it was an arranged marriage and then after the arranged marriage. The parents sunday took the daughter back. They said there is no such a marriage and tried to and they're like what do we do now. So whatever there and just sat down with them and started looking at all the bible the scriptures surrounding the subject interviews the person that was involved. Exactly what took place and just try to help them find a way forward and he. He's still an active member of the church. But about one or two ladies. And i don't know how i don't know how to handle it. But girls had converted. Their parents went married them off to a muslim the parents were not believers. The daughter became a believer. Parents went and married them off to muslim and they disappeared. And we're not used to that. I don't know what to do with that. I'd like to believe that. They're still following christ even though they can't come to the meeting anymore. You know i. I don't know where that goes. Another man that that left Discovered that tier he had second wife and no one knew about it..

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"Hymnal do you use were there. What's what what hymnal him. No you know what that has been a big issue because Muslims don't sing so to have a songbook for them is it don't really exist there. And in fact they wouldn't sink so this group of okay so this group of converts did not join an existing church. There wasn't a christian church in the area so what they learnt we taught them or they by reading the bible and they would not saying they said if we sing. Everyone would know that we became christians. And we're gonna be in trouble because christians sing the west sings. We'll get in trouble. And i thought of staying per of being a christian it really is and we would bring the subject up and they just. It wouldn't go anywhere this went on for two or three years and then one day i learned the story behind the song. I have decided to follow jesus. Does anyone know what that story is most of our songs. Come out of your but the song i have decided to follow jesus comes out of india in fact. It was originated in a tribe just beside the bangladesh border. It's a story of a of a village of they. Were very violent people. I was almost going to say they were cannibals. I'm gonna take that back. But anyway there's some. Missionaries had went to this village and for many years and finally family converted to christianity and when they converted within a day or two the chief of the village called them into account for converting to christianity and he told the father that if you don't recant give up your religion. We're gonna kill your two sons. And he sang. I decided to follow. Jesus no turning back so they killed his sons and then they said he said if you don't recant we're going to kill your wife and then the next versus song and they killed his wife and they said we're gonna kill you if you don't and then he sang the third verse and they killed him after all the whole family was killed. The chief of the village said something is strange here. Why are these people willing to die instead of changed their belief and so when i told explained that song to them how this was a part came out of their culture of a story of people who gave their life to follow jesus somehow resonated with them and they started to sing the song i have decided to follow. Jesus that was their introduction to singing and they do sing some songs. Now i think they found a.

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"Teaching the word. There is a A growing church in the area already had that picture. There is today in that area. There's now eight. Churches a believes eight churches at our meeting and each of those churches has a minister and a deacon and there's several hundred members. I'm not exactly sure how many that members that actually is. And the longer it goes the more i realize what. This man gave up in his in his world to pastor a flock of believers. There here is his full blood brother. He is a very very high islamic leader in the country so much high that he is being flown around in a helicopter to give speeches. This is full blood. Brother and his education is higher than his brothers and to run around in a helicopter in america is big to be flying around in a helicopter. Bangladesh is huge and he says I've asked him already. Is there any nostalgia. Do you ever wish that nettie. You would have done something different. He said not for a second he wouldn't trade the his his the p. said he has today in his understanding for anything that his brother has and he's been asked to my dad and i don't know if they'll do it. My dad just traveled back over again this past week but he wants to go with my dad to dhaka to the big mosque in dhaka where his brother teaches And is his headquarters and speak to him about the problem of sin and if you wanna do something price my dad because if that happens that's that's that's you can the what that could mean can scare you to no end. And we've had this happened numerous times We would get requests to go someplace to speak to share the gospel. And he's like. I think this is a setup as it might be a setup but we're going to go find out and so if he would have the opportunity to talk with him It's not what any particular person can say. But god can use anything for his his cause and he could open. This man's mind to understanding christ's the story goes on on But i think i'm gonna it's see it's quarter to kind of stop it there. If there's a details at somebody wants to ask about. I could maybe fill in some details that could fill in some gaps in the story. If there's if there's too big of a gap. Because i realized i understand everything that happened and so maybe i didn't give enough details to connect some of the happenings together and left a little bit in the dark so if somebody has questions they could ask questions..

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"But where in the koran where in the east where in slama teachings do we actually find that. We're not supposed to read this book or that. They're somehow this book is no longer legitimate. Tow came back later. He said i went to seventeen different madrasahs. He said fifteen of them. When i sat with sir leader said we actually have no idea. He said two of 'em. He said they got angry at very angry and he said i told them. Don't get angry. don't try to convince me with the strength of your arm. He's i want to be a muslim. I just want you to tell me in our religious teachings. This is where this is. Because i can't find it myself so he back. That's when i gave him the bible and came a believer and before we actually left the area here he is This was a day of his baptism there. And this is actually my father. My father and actually baptized in another picture of that And this picture was actually One of our discussions the act of the building. We were talking. I showed you earlier so he became a believer and is this is actually right. After we learned to know him this is him and his wife. And i think the picture that i'm looking for is behind this screen here if i can move sir. Wanted.

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"And the paper was written in english because they didn't speak english and it said that their son was dying of cancer and they needed someone to donate blood that was be positive and so we kind of disgusted a little bit and everyone said now. They don't have to be positive. No no no one on the team had be positive brought us. I don't even know what i have like. I'm clueless. I've never given blood I've not my blood type is the best said. Hey i'll i'll go get checked if it's be positive i'll give blood to someone die and it's not a not a problem so i went along with him down to the clinic the next day and like a little hospital and it was bordered right beside the school where we were teaching like. The wall of the of the hospital was the boundary wall for the school. So there and the man in charge wanna know what. I came for eitan while they wanna blood for this patient. Yeah yeah that's right. And i said i want to just get checked and see if i have positively said okay. So the check sure enough. I was be positive. He said okay. We'll give blood. You can give blood all. They had to do some kind of test. You said you to meet the patient while we do all. They had to check me for hiv positive hiv or anything where they'd takes fifteen minutes to check i would. I'd like to the patient. I said sure. I'll go see the patients up. Saw him and he's definitely looked like he needed help. And i'll show you a picture of him here directly and back down gave blood for this man and left and went back to the house. Got back to the house and it was like. I don't know that just didn't seem like that was adequate thing. Just give blood and just walk away from it so we talked about it a little while and i don't remember it was yet that day. I think it was the following day that our team. Actually we went back to the hospital. The the director of the hospital again and said Was wondering if we could go and pray for this this young man. We'd like to pray for him. And you sure sure no problem no problem we could pray for so we went up to this his room and let me see here. If i can show you a picture of him.

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"At about ten percent and they give another percent in there. That's could be made up of a third of a percent or christian. Half of that would be considered catholic so when the term christian is anything in that category as a third of a percent in the country in two thousand seven on the fifteenth of november a cyclone hit the the country and i think it as a category four when it hit and it wiped out thousands and thousands of acres of crops and and caddo and houses The actual the most damage actually came from the storm surge itself. The country is almost at sea level. It's about Thirty foot above sea level in dhaka city and so the rivers are tidal The rivers flow in when the tide's coming in and out when the tide goes down all the way into dhaka city. It's so so level so when the storm came in drug a lot of storm surge in across the land and the people there told us that it was over the riverbank foot deep so it was a lot of a lot of storm surge that came in so i had begun to a volunteer with can as a single person during their international crisis projects in two thousand five. I'd start went to indonesia after the salami hit hit there and so when this happened in bangladesh siham contact in wondered if we would grover do research. See if there was a need for project and organize that so Myself and amanda glenn zimmerman traveled there in december of two thousand seven assessed the country as yeah definitely could use help and so decided that we would do a project there in two thousand eight so when we do work in another country like that. You can't just work on your own. You have to Like an organization in the country so as we christian does not registered in the country we had to find a partner organization to work with so we met with quite a few different organizations edmonson as we mentioned bringing volunteers it was just now the subject ended. They weren't going to deal with volunteers in your country but if we would make a donation they would you know do something with it and that was exactly what we were interested in So we finally found a habitat for humanity. That said Yeah they do volunteers and they would accommodate a springing volunteers in the country to go houses in the south part where these houses.

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"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"bangladesh" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"The one may be overpowered by another two can withstand him and a threefold cord is not quickly broke. Good morning everyone. Welcome to strength the strength This morning we're happy to have a brother abby with us and he's going to be speaking about the story of god's hand in bangladesh so i think we'll begin here with a prayer and then give the time to brother so let's Let's pray father. We thank you for your goodness. Thank you for allowing us to come together. Like this This morning we thank you for your call upon our lives and bring us to the place where we can No you lord by just pray you would send more workers into the vineyard to reach more people for you. You have done great things in our lives and we want to spread the message to others about how you can Bless them as well so thank you for a brother. Arnold story that we're going to be hearing about and Just pray that you bless him and blessed this time here as we are some together pray for all of your people around the world and the spray. Your kingdom may advance on this earth. Granges name him an so. Welcome to all and welcome brother. Arnold here this morning so think Will allow him to introduce in south. And yeah so if everyone everybody would. Just turn your microphones off unless you're going to be speaking and then We will perceived so arnold the time is here is very green install view. Probably most of the people. I don't know but hopefully Something that i share could be inspirational to You all A little bit about myself. I lived in bedford county pennsylvania. I'm married to janet beachie and we have two children austin and tanya What may be of interest to some of you is that i was single until i was forty six so i've only been married just a little over three years so as a little Perspective to some of my activities of life. I'm a member of the life. in christ. church in cumberland maryland. I worked together with four by brothers as partners in a sawmill That's where i spend most of my time when i'm home Do make shirts and sell shirts on the side. I get the made in bangladesh one of the things that I connected with being over there. And i still work with as a volunteer with christian aid. Ministry so I'm busy most of the time in fact Some people think too much of the time which i would agree with so today..

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