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Epidemiological and Economic Burden of Dengue in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dengue, an arbovirus infection with an explosive epidemic potential, is a major public health problem in many tropical and subtropical countries today. With an estimated 50-100 million symptomatic infections each year, dengue is ranked the most important mosquito-borne disease. Dengue is highly...

Impact Analysis on Development Program for Improving the Living Standard of Bede Community

Although Bede community comprises only a small part of the total population of Bangladesh, this particular group of population has been identified as a neglected and underprivileged group since the colonial period. It has been imperative now to bring people who fall prey to the victim of societal...

Impact Analysis on Development Program for Improving the Living Standard of Underprivileged Community

Underprivileged group of population has been identified as a neglected group since the colonial period. It has been imperative now to bring people who fall prey to the victim of societal discriminations, under the mainstream of society and to involve them in the overall development of the country by...

Impact Analysis on Development Program for Improving the Living Standard of Hijra Community (IADPILSHC)

Hijra community is a very small portion of the total population of Bangladesh, who are generally neglected, trampled and mistreated in the society. According to a preliminary survey conducted by the Department of Social Services (DSS), the number of Hijras in Bangladesh is around 12,000. They are...

Agricultural Transformation, Food Security and the Second Green Revolution: Strategic Directions

Over the last 3 decades Bangladesh has largely transformed itself from a chronically food-deficit country to one more or less sufficient in rice, the main staple. While the population of the country has more than doubled, the output of rice has risen from nearly 11-12 mn mt to 34-35 mn mt now i.e.,...

Decent Wage Bangladesh (Phase 1)

The available data on labour market of Bangladesh is still inadequate to conduct a comparative wage analysis and cost of living of workers; especially when the knowledge is required by the unions to promote better pay, create alliances with likeminded stakeholders and to strengthen their voice in...

Tracer Study on Graduates of Tertiary-Level Colleges

College Education Development Project (CEDP) is an endeavor of Government of Bangladesh to strengthen the strategic planning and management capacity of the college education as well as to improve the teaching and learning environment of colleges affiliated with National University. The project is...

Evaluation of National Service Program (2nd , 3rd & 4th phase) of Department of Youth Development

The Department of Youth Development (DYD) is often described as the lead agency in the Government of Bangladesh for matters related to youth development. The DYD has a network of branches all over the country. The head office at Dhaka, 64 district branches and 491 Upazilla branches (including 10...

Assessment of the Social Action Projects of "Platforms for Dialogue (P4D)" Programme of the British Council in Bangladesh

The British Council in Bangladesh is implementing a three-year programme titled “Platforms for Dialogue (P4D): Strengthening Inclusion and Participation in Decision Making and Accountability Mechanism in Bangladesh” in partnership with the Cabinet Division of the Government of Bangladesh funded...

Health status and healthcare seeking behavior assessment among elderly citizen in Bangladesh

Despite improvement in many health indicators in last few decades, providing access to affordable healthcare still remains a considerable challenge worldwide, especially for elderly people living in low- and middle-income countries. Bangladesh is also facing such challenges as elderly population...

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