Over the past 15 years Dhaka-based NGO, Friendship, has provided ship-based hospital and other community medical care to the 3 million people living on the shifting sandbar islands along the Brahmaputra River in northern Bangladesh. Here, life is transitory and difficult and the average char islander can move as much as 40 times in a lifetime as the river changes course and islands disappear. More recently, climate change has accentuated the already difficult weather patterns and lives. To allow Friendship to provide medical services in the typhoon-plagued Bay of Bengal, Greenpeace gave the NGO the retired Rainbow Warrior 2, now re-fashioned into the hospital ship, Rongdhonu. ADMCF in collaboration with Compass Light productions documented the transformation of the ship from a Greenpeace vessel to one serving both environmental and humanitarian purposes in Bangladesh, ground zero in the battle against climate change.