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Establishments Survey on Workplace Injuries in Bangladesh

Workplace injury in Bangladesh is perceived to be high, but the issue has received inadequate attention. It is necessary to create a broad consensus among government, employers and workers organisations on the need for a National Employment Injury Protection and Rehabilitation (NEIPR) scheme. The...

How Do Crop Diversification and Livelihood Affect Nutritional Status?

This study aims to examine how diversity in crop production results in dietary diversity and how dietary diversity results in better nutrition among households in rural Bangladesh. It also aims to find the linkage between livelihood and nutrition.Crop diversification may improve nutritional status...

Land Market Survey of Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project in Its Newly Acquired Land in Seventeen Selected Mouzas

In course of implementing Padma Multipurpose Bridge Project (PMBP), Bangladesh Bridge Authority (BBA) needs to undertake land market survey (LMS) for the newly acquired land for PMBP as and when necessary in order to make adequate compensation of land for involuntary resettlement of the concerned...

South Asia WASH Results Programme: Household Midline Survey

The objective of the South Asia WASH Results Programme (SAWRP) is to promote and enable sustained use of hygienic household toilets and the practice of hand washing with soap in poor rural communities within 12 districts of Bangladesh. The interventions are provided by Plan International Bangladesh...

An Evaluation of Rural Social Service Programme of the Government of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is now a model of development to many other countries. Growth has picked up by about 1 percentage points in every decade since 1980s. The annual rate of poverty alleviation has also accelerated over time. The holistic approach to foster development in fact preceded the current...

Skill and Employment Baseline Assessment of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Bangladesh

The indigenous and tribal people (ITPs) constitute a minority of marginalized population in Bangladesh. Their livelihoods are characterized by subsistence farming, insecurity of land tenure, high incidence of informality irrespective of whether employed in rural or urban areas, seasonal work and...

Gender and Energy Sector Reform in Bangladesh

Study team: Dr. K.A.S Murshid                   Tahreen Tahrima Chowdhury Sponsor agency: International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)Duration: July 2015-December 2015 SummaryEnergy consumption has been growing rapidly in...

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