Bangladesh is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. Bangladesh is a part of humid tropic, with the Himalayas in the north and the funnel shaped coast touching the Bay of Bengal in the south. This peculiar geography of Bangladesh brings not only the life giving monsoons but also catastrophic ravages of cyclones, tornadoes and floods. Over the last two decades these disasters have become regular phenomena contributed miserable suffering to millions of inhabitants who are vulnerable to the climatic shocks. In other words, climate risk for Bangladesh is relatively higher than most other countries of the world.