East of India along the Bay of Bengal, the rivers of Bangladesh are inhabited with many residents. The ‘livelihood of the country’ is where a lot of citizens make their income and living.
The issue with the location is the unpredictability of the shifting nature conditions in the region; infrastructure is poor, meaning it’s a tough area to reach. That’s especially true if anyone needs medical attention, as the maintenance of roads and buildings is difficult, and the area is prone to disasters such as tidal surges.
One charity has taken it upon themselves to solve the country’s logistical problem in the region. They’re bringing the healthcare and hospitals to the region instead: