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    Diagnosing Bangladesh’s energy sector

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    The energy sector is a crucial pillar of any country’s economic growth. It powers industries, lights households and fuels mobility. Bangladesh’s economy has expanded...

    Inside Bangladesh’s clothing industry

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    The clothing, or ready-made garment, industry in Bangladesh is a breadwinner for the country. It has undergone a remarkable evolution from traditional production to...

    Internet and media trends among Bangladeshis

    Bangladesh is experiencing a surge in information availability. There is a growing array of info-sources in the country. Social media platforms, in particular, are...

    Bangladesh’s media and communication policy needs an uplift

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    Bangladesh has a thriving media and communication sector. Since the start of the 20th century, print, radio, television, film and the internet have played...

    Revisiting the public–private partnership in Bangladesh

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    Since the 2010s, Bangladesh’s socioeconomic landscape has transformed significantly. Because of its burgeoning youth demography, the country has prioritised technology and infrastructure to sustain...

    Can Bangladesh develop without decentralising?

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    The answer to the title’s question is no. Let’s keep in mind that Bangladesh is the eighth most populous country in the world. It...

    Revisit, reinvigorate and reimagine for cost-effective policy-making

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    As the end of a difficult year approaches, Bangladesh needs to reflect on how it can best prepare itself for continued global instability. Long-term...

    Give the next generation a bigger voice

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    Bangladesh is a young country, with a median age of 27 years. Over a quarter of its population is aged between 15 and 29....

    Wage policy to protect Bangladeshi workers

    2026 will be a watershed year for Bangladesh. This is when the country will graduate from the United Nations least developed countries list. In...

    Icchedana fights child marriage in Bangladesh

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    According to a 2020 report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), globally around 20% of girls were married before the age of 18....