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Climate disasters are pushing Bangladeshi children out of the school system

Around 1 billion children across 33 countries face "extremely high" risks from climate change impacts. Image: Unsplash/Adrien Taylor

Mosabber Hossain

Journalist, Daily Prothom Alo

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Alamin, 12, whose family lost their home to climate change-driven erosion, works as part of a shipbreaking crew in Keraniganj, close to Dhaka, Bangladesh. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Mosabber Hossain

Alauddin, 10, whose family lost their home to flooding last year, works at a vegetable stand in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Mosabber Hossain
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Rupa, 9, who migrated to an urban slum last year after a cyclone destroyed her rural home, unloads watermelons at Sadarghat, a wharf near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Mosabber Hossain

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