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    Tech-targeting for social security in Bangladesh

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    Before the covid-19 pandemic hit in 2020, Bangladesh’s poverty rate was 20.5% and its extreme poverty rate was 10.5%. The country was one of...

    Protecting creativity in Bangladesh

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    A founding base of Bangladesh is its identity – meaning its language and culture. Bangladesh is overwhelmingly Bengali. It is said that Bengalis gain...

    Bangladesh has to manufacture its way through economic headwinds

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    Bangladesh’s labour force is 71 million strong as of 2020. The country holds tremendous potential in leveraging economic benefits through its workforce. In 2017,...

    Bangladesh needs school-centric mental health policies

    Adolescents are a susceptible age group in any society. Their mental health impacts their personal and academic life. Policies that shape adolescents’ lives are...

    The future of the United Nations–Bangladesh relationship

    In November 2021, the Government of Bangladesh and the United Nations co-signed an important policy document: the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2022–2026...

    The tiger and the dragon

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    ‘A rising tide raises all boats.’ Former US President John F. Kennedy often used this phrase during the Cold War era to promote free...

    Poverty-reducing lessons from success stories

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    Bangladesh is among the most successful poverty-reducers. But why? And who are the other success stories? It is important to draw lessons from the...

    Reconfiguring the energy progress of Bangladesh

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    At the wake of Bangladesh’s independence in 1971, its people endured two disasters just four months apart: one man-made and the other natural. The...

    Can inflationary policy violate human rights?

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    Why could families before live on one income but can now barely scrape by on two? Monetary economist Edin Mujagić poses this question at...

    Bangladesh’s agro-revolution

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    Bangladesh has been one of the fastest-growing economies in the world over the past decade. It is among the best performers on poverty and...