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The determinants of household disaster preparedness behavior in Bangladesh

EXECUTIVE SUMMARYRecent literatures have widely portrayed natural disaster impacts on welfare and livelihoods. This literature largely focuses on loss of physical capital (e.g. asset, livestock, and crop), household income earning opportunities, coping strategies (including migration) and health...

Rice Market of Bangladesh: Role of Different Players and Assessing Competition

This study aims to understand the supply chain of rice (after farmgate), the role of various actors associated to the collection of paddy, milling and marketing of rice and power of these actors in different segments of the supply chain. The study also enquires for possible sources of market...

Monthly Gas Usage by both Metered & Non-metered Single and Double Burner Domestic Gas Consumers under Different Gas Distribution Companies in Bangladesh

In any country, energy is the driving force behind all economic activities. Productivity and efficiency in different economic sectors depend much on efficient supply and use of energy, which includes mainly gas and electricity. Natural Gas is the most important source of energy in Bangladesh as...

Impact Assessment of Solar Irrigation, Solar Mini-grid and ICS Projects of IDCOL

Impact Assessment of Solar Irrigation, Solar Mini-grid and ICS Projects of IDCOL

Impact of Mobile Financial Services in Bangladesh: The case of bKash

Impact of Mobile Financial Services in Bangladesh: The case of bKash

The Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals in Bangladesh: Evidence from Household Survey

In late 2017, a surge of Myanmar nationals fleeing violence in their country entered Bangladesh. This wave of more than 600,000 Rohingyas added to earlier inflows, so that by early 2018 there were an estimated 800,000 to 1 million forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals (FDMN) residing in Cox’s...

Baseline Satisfaction Survey of College Education Development Project (CEDP)

College Education Development Project (CEDP) aims to improve the teaching and learning environment of National University (NU) affiliated tertiary colleges in Bangladesh. CEDP comprises of three components: (1) strengthening strategic planning and management capacity; (2) improving teaching and...

Impact Assessment of SME Foundation's Activities

Realizing the potential role of SMEs to enhance growth and poverty alleviation in the country, in 2007 the SME foundation was formed with a vision of becoming the one-window service delivery center for all small and medium enterprise. Since then the Foundation is working as a facilitator for...

Assess the Monitoring, Evaluation Procedure of BCCT and the Impact Assessment of CCTF Projects

The Government of Bangladesh has initiated a number of nationally and internationally acclaimed programmes to address climate vulnerabilities, one of which is the creation of Bangladesh Climate Change Trust (BCCT) to provide administrative and organizational support for overall management of the...

Why do bangladeshi cattle yield high positive returns? (IRLRB)

This study extends the recent debate on the rate of return of cattle rearing in India, triggered by Anagol et al (2017), Gehrke and Grimm (2018) and others, to the Bangladesh context and finds that the apparent paradox of widespread cattle rearing despite negative return in India absent. We use a...

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