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Books and Book Chapters

Total Reports 51

Qualitative Methods in Educational Research
Samir Ranjan Nath and A Mushtaque R Chowdhury (Editor)
November - 2010
These studies explored different issues pertaining to primary education in Bangladesh at the time...
Dynamics of Poverty in Rural Bangladesh, 1988-2007: An Analysis of Household Level Panel Data
Mahabub Hossain and Nigar nargis
Vol - 213   Issue - 32  October - 2010
This article aims to assess economic mobility and poverty dynamics, and analyse the factors behind poverty transition using longitudianl data from repeat sample surveys...
Use of Pesticides in Vegetable Farms and its Impact on Heath of Farmers and Environment
Nepal C Dey
Vol - 2   Issue - 0  July - 2010
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
This study tries to explore the use of pesticides in vegetable farms and its impact on health and environment...
Retrieving LAI of Different Forest Species from Landsat TM/ETM+ Imaginary
Nepal C. Dey, Seiji Hayakawa, Yasuomi Ibaraki and M. Aminul Islam
Vol - 00   Issue - 00  May - 2010
IEB
This study examines retriveing LAI of different forest species from landsat TM/ETM+ imaginary...
Rethinking Food Security Strategy: Self-sufficiency or Self-reliance
Uttam Kumar Deb (CPD), Mahabub Hossain (BRAC), Steve Jones (Independent Consultant, UK)
May - 2009
Ensuring national food security is a vital concern of all governments. Until the early 1990s, the Government of Bangladesh aimed to achieve food security by following a policy of self-sufficiency...
Pathways Out of Extreme Poverty: Findings from round I survey of CFPR phase II
Research and Evaluation Division
March - 2009
This report brings together the findings from a large scale, and comprehensive baseline survey of the second phase of CFPR: the BRAC pioneered programme for the ultra poor....
Impact of Food Price Rise on School Enrolment and Dropout in the Poor and Vulnerable Households in Selected Areas of Bangladesh
Selim Raihan, DU
March - 2009
Recently this study was commissioned by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) in response to the food price hikes in 2007 and 2008. The study was undertaken by leading expert. The study was discussed at national forums in Dhaka in February and April 2009.
Getting Agriculture Moving Once Again: Strategic Options for Post-HYV Agriculture in Bangladesh
M. Asaduzzaman, BIDS
March - 2009
This study was commissioned by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) in response to the food price hikes in 2007 and 2008...
Malaria Baseline Socioeconomic and Prevalence Survey 2007
Syed Masud Ahmed (BRAC), Md. Akramul Islam (BRAC),Rashidul Haque (ICDDR,B) and Moazzem Hossain (GoB)
December - 2008
The baseline survey aimed to study i) the knowledge/awareness of the respondents on malaria ii) their health-seeking behaviour relevant to malaria iii) study the possession and use patterns of bed net iv) the prevalence of malarial infection and its distribution...
Bangladesher Vari Janbahon
Mohammed Rafi, Md. Abdul Alim, Debasish Kumar Kundu
August - 2008
This study aimed to investigate the life style of the heavy vehicle drivers in Bangladesh...
 
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