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The word SIDR is a Sinhalese word. It has been termed SIDR because it looked like an eye. It attacked the southern coastal area on 15 November, 2007 , it swept over sunderbans ,Mongla port , Khulna , bhola, Patuakhali, barguna , jhalakhati, pirojpur, satkhira, shariatpur , faridpur, gopalgonj, Bagerhat and Barisal . The cyclone of this time has broken all the records of the past. Never before did water level rise so high. Thousands of people died. Many more have become homeless, foodless and cloth less. Even hundreds of the world famous royal Bengal tigers and the beautiful spotted dear met watery graves due to the cyclone. Almost one fourth area of the sunderbans has been destroyed by the cruel cyclone. The misères of the affected people know no bounds. There are now scarcity of food and pure drinking water. Crops have been damaged greatly. Herd of cattle have been washed away. Thousands of people are now living under open air, on boats and embankments etc. moreover, many diseases like cholera, and dearrohea, dysentery etc. have broken out here and there. The affected people now badly need food, clothes, medicines, pure drinking water etc. however, the people. The government has taken all necessary steps to help and rehabilitate the affected people. The government has also drawn the attention of many foreign governments. They have also extended their help. During a natural calamity like SIDR young students can render better services. They can stand by the affected people. They can raise fund by collecting money, rescue people, feed the hungry, and nurse the sick and cloth the cloth less.

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