Protecting Wildlife and Forests in the Sundarbans of Bangladesh

Millions of Bangladeshis depend on the Sundarbans, the world's largest mangrove forest, for food, resources, and shelter. See how USAID is working with Bangladesh to protect the forest, its native royal Bengal tigers and other important animal species, and help people living in this area become less reliant on natural resources for food and their livelihood.

Country
Bangladesh
Topics
Sustainable Landscapes, Forestry
Region
Asia

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