Bangladesh remembers the deceased through a mobilization in Dhaka. Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods (CSRL) organized the mobilization at the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka, on 15th November 2016.

3363—not only a number. Since 15th November 2007, they never came back. Their families with thousands of other neighboring families spent years under theOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAopen sky, without having proper shelter, drinking water, security, and social dignity, despite all out efforts from the Government and Non-Government actors in Bangladesh. SIDR, a cyclone hit Bangladesh Coastal Belt in 2007 and snatched the lives of 3363 people. Followed by failed livelihoods, displacement, desperate living in an inhuman ambiance -Such Extreme Weather Events causes losses and damages those are beyond economic estimation; especially women have been bearing the brunt of such events. The lives lost can not be compensated, however, can we make an effort to lessen the Damage? Bangladesh remembers the deceased through a mobilization in

Dhaka. Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods (CSRL) organized the mobilization at the capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka, on 15th November 2016. We, from Bangladesh civil society, call for a decision in Marrakech on “Loss and damage” to frame a facilitated migration regime for climate displacers, a fair deal of financing for Loss and Damage additional to Adaptation finance.

We also urge upon the Global Leaders in Marrakech to commit pre-2020 high ambition to pave the way for limiting the 1.5 degrees C Warming regime. We also want to see a decision on Early Peaking years to be specified, differential for developed countries, High emitting Developing countries and other developing countries.