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Books and Book Chapters

Total Reports 51

WASH Programme of BRAC--Towards Attaining the MDG Targets
Baseline Findings
WASH Research Team
Research and Evaluation Division, BRAC
July - 2008
Resource Booklet: CFPR-II Evaluation
Munshi Sulaiman (BRAC-RED), Selim Gulesci (STICRED-LSE)
June - 2008
The objective of this resource book is to present an outline of the research framework and evaluation design of CFPR in the second phase....
Crafting a Graduation Pathway for the Ultra Poor: Lessons and Evidence from a BRAC programme
Imran Matin, Munshi Sulaiman, Mehnaz Rabbani
Issue - 109  May - 2008
CPRC Working Paper
The ultra poor are caught in a below-subsistence trap from which it is difficult for them to break free using available resources and mechanisms....
Exclusion and Poverty: An Analytical Approach for Understanding Exclusion and Assessing Programmes Targeting the Very Poor in Bangladesh
Sajjad Zohir (ERG), Mehnaz Rabbani (RED), Biva Arani Mallik (EWU), Iftekharul Huq (EWU), Raisa Afsana (ERG)
April - 2008
Exclusion is a term that comes up often in association with poverty, social welfare and social injustice. Development interventions are designed with some notion of benefiting or including the excluded. This paper analyses the concept of exclusion using simple demand-supply tools....
Cost-benefit Analysis of CFPR
Sanjay Sinha (EDA Rural Systems Private Limited), Jyoti Gidwani (M-CRIL), Narayan Chandra Das (RED)
March - 2008
This paper presents a cost-benefit analysis of the first cohort (2002-03) of selected ultra poor (SUP) households of BRAC’s CFPR. The analysis calculates benefit of the programme using primary data collected through a set of surveys...
Combining health and social protection measures to reach the ultra poor: experiences of BRAC
Syed Masud Ahmed
Vol - 4   November - 2007
Global Forum Update on Research for Health
Life expectancy and other indicators of health have, on average, increased markedly across the world during the last century. At the same time, however, health inequities within and between populations have persisted and in some cases worsened.

This year’s edition of the Global Forum Update on Research for Health and the annual Forum meeting of the Global Forum for Health Research take as their theme the issue of equitable access and the research challenges it poses in trying to improve health and reduce health disparities in developing countries....
Rice Research, Technological Progress, and Poverty: The Bangladesh Case
Mahabub Hossain, David Lewis, Manik L. Bose and Alamgir Chowdhury
February - 2007
Agricultural Research
This study is undertaken to understand the magnitude and impact of technological progress in rice cultivation on the livelihood of the rural households, particularly of the poor...
Can we get along? An account of communal relationship in Bangladesh
Dhaka: Panjeree Publications Ltd.
ISBN 984-634-096-5
Mohammad Rafi
February - 2006
In the case of countries with multiple religious communities like Bangladesh, an obvious question is likely to arise – how is the relationship among the communities? The book starts with the investigation of the changing relationship among the communities....
Exploring health-seeking behaviour of disadvantaged populations in rural Bangladesh
Syed Masud Ahmed
November - 2005
Doctor´s Thesis from Karolinska Institutet
Improving ability of the health system to reach the poor/disadvantaged populations is important for health and essential to mitigate the income-erosion consequences of ill-health in Bangladesh. This study examined the health-seeking behaviour of some identified disadvantaged population groups, including the effect of poverty focused non-governmental development interventions....
Inheriting extreme poverty: household aspirations, community attitudes and childhood in northern Bangladesh
Naomi Hossain with
Mahfuza Haque, Rafiqul Islam Sarkar, Matiur Rahman [Save the Children, UK]
Raihana Karim, Laura Street [BRAC-RED]
July - 2005
This report presents findings of research into the influence of community institutions and actors on the inheritance of extreme poverty. The body of the report is in two parts. The first analyses patterns of work, school and marriage among the children of the ultra poor. Based on a survey of community officials and leaders in the same areas of Rangpur and Kurigram districts, the second part of the report explores the scope for community institutions and actors to support action on childhood poverty....
 
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