Just a decade ago farmer Bilal Hossein lived comfortably but now he can barely make ends meet after his land was submerged by seawater.
Like many of the five million people living in in Bangladesh’s southern district of Satkhira, Bilal is now thinking of migrating out of his village.
Climate change has been especially devastating for Bangladesh’s coastal areas, making villages there uninhabitable.
BBC Bangla visited the area and spoke to many villagers who are struggling to cope with the impact of climate change.
Reporter: Akbar Hossain
Filming: Muhammad Shahnewaj
Producer: Lina Shaikhouni
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