Sundarban is one of the largest mangrove forests at the belt of the Bay of Bengal. Vulnerability of Sundarban is increasing with a variety of human activity, including intensive boating and fishing, dredging, tourism and port activities, operation of mechanized boats, excavation of sand from the riverbed, and the establishment of coal power plants. In addition, natural disaster like cyclone and overflow of saline water and storm are regular activities. Likewise previous year, Badabon Sangho organised rallies and discussions on 14 February 2021 to protect diversity of the mangrove forest and demanding three clear points for Sundarban Management.
Women’s actions to save mangrove forest Sundarban