Nine months after losing their homes to a powerful cyclone, 200,000 Bangladeshis are living in "inhuman" conditions on river embankments with no resolution in sight, aid groups said Tuesday. Cyclone Aila, which tore through southern Bangladesh in May last year, killed 300 people and destroyed 4,000 kilometres (2,500 miles) of roads and embankments, none of which have been rebuilt, the groups said in a statement. "More than 100,000 people from Khulna and Satkhira districts are still living in inhuman conditions... and an additional 100,000 people have been displaced," the statement from 18 charities, including Oxfam and Care, said. Southern Bangladesh is criss-crossed with scores of rivers and small canals which flood twice a day, at high tide.