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    Development

    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...

    Community radio is countering voice-poverty in Bangladesh

    Community radio is an alternative radio broadcasting method to commercial and public broadcasting. Community stations serve the interests of communities at grassroots level. They...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...