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Community Initiative Society (CIS) Introductory Documentary
International Symposium 2019 Video Documentary Organized by Community Initiative Society-CIS
Due to the recent floods, the people of Sylhet, Sunamganj, Habiganj, Netrakona and Kurigram regions are living a life of inhumanity in water-logged conditions. The Community Initiative Society (CIS) has been distributing food items and providing emergency health care since the beginning of the disaster period. These food distribution and emergency health care programs will continue until the flood situation improves.
Over 6 million individuals in Sylhet and Rangpur regions are struggling to access shelter, food, primary healthcare, pure water and critical services due to the devastating flood. In response to the situation, CIS has deployed emergency response and medical teams to extend immediate support to the affected flood victims of Sylhet.
CIS A-PAD Bangladesh support Humanitarian act, capacity build up, relief distribution and emergency health facilities that reduce the impact of disaster upon country and community . The main agenda of CIS is to build up a safer community , a safer society.
Community Initiative Society (CIS) is working on collaborative disaster management.
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Community Initiative Society (CIS) is a non-governmental, community-based, self financed, International Humanitarian organization. The organization formed in 2014.


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