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    Development

    How to make agriculture attractive for Bangladeshi youth

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    Bangladesh is well-positioned to drive sustainable agriculture-led economic growth. Agriculture can strengthen the resilience of its food system and boost nutrition. Nearly half of...

    To innovate, Bangladesh takes inspiration from its founding days

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    Throughout history, any process of innovation has not been readily accepted. The target can first appear overly ambitious and out of reach. Indeed, the...

    Could blockchain fast-track Bangladesh’s Vision 2041?

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    Covid-19 has taken centre stage in socio-economic policymaking across the globe. The pandemic captured the world in a cycle of feigning recovery and new...

    On behalf of rights and political cohesion in a ’newly’ liberated Bangladesh

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    In this era of covid-19, it is proving difficult to make sensible predictions of the future trajectory of events and trends in Bangladesh, as...

    Local innovations to restore the primacy of Bangladeshi waterways

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    Many noteworthy civilisations through the pages of history have used waterways as the lifeline to prosperity. Both the broader Bengal region and subsequently Bangladesh...

    Getting all Bangladeshis to wear masks

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    The case for universal mask use to slow the spread of covid-19 is disarmingly simple: people with respiratory illnesses must wear masks to avoid...

    Cohesive education in the time of covid-19

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    Bangladesh’s extraordinary development trajectory has established the country as a paragon of neoliberal growth – a remarkable feat for a young nation saddled with...

    Insights into the rural non-farm sector of Bangladesh

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    Traditionally, the rural non-farm (RNF) sector in Bangladesh consisted of an assortment of rural households dependent on a variety of livelihoods: artisans, barbers, petty...

    How Mujib co-managed one of the largest relief operations in the world

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    The 1972 post-liberation period in Bangladesh was chaotic. A number of challenges needed emergency attention, and a course of action had to be...