|Genres||Adventure Documentary Short|
|Writers||David Conover (co-writer)
Lisa Genasci (co-writer)
|Country||USA, Hong Kong, Bangladesh|
|Plot||In northern Bangladesh exists an ephemeral group of islands that are locally known as 'chars.' For an estimated 3 million people without room to settle on the mainland, the chars are home. Everything here is transitory and difficult in a land challenged by climate change. Agricultural land appears, then disappears. The average char islander moves 12 to as many as 40 times in a life. Ten years ago, an NGO named Friendship began to provide health, education and community infrastructure using boats. The NGO is led by a Bengali woman named Runa Khan. A Boat for Bangladesh was triggered by the arrival of a new boat in the Friendship fleet -Greenpeace's iconic RAINBOW WARRIOR 2, which extends Friendship's reach to the Bay of Bengal... search for A Boat for Bangladesh on IMDb|
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