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Total Reports 162

Educational Institutions: Results from a Reconstructed Cohort Analysis
Samir Ranjan Nath
Vol - 5   Issue - 1  June - 2006
Bangladesh Education Journal
Examining promotion, dropout and repetition in various grades and performance in public examinations at the end of secondary schooling this paper explored the internal efficiency of secondary educational institutions in Bangladesh....
Poverty status and health equity: Evidence from rural Bangladesh
F Karim, A Tripura, M S Gani, A M R Chowdhury
Vol - 120: 193-205   March - 2006
Public Health
Many studies have examined the health inequities between different social groups, often measured by individual independent variables, such as education, gender, ethnicity, geography, rich, poor, etc. Although inequities are increasingly widening, a few studies have looked at the health inequity between
different poverty groups within the poor....
Changes in the lives of the ultra poor: an exploratory study
Sarah Walker, Imran Matin
Vol - 16   Issue - 1  February - 2006
Development In Practice
Within BRAC, the idea of a radically new approach to address the problems of the extreme poor started in 1999 with the development of a concept paper and consultations...
Living Below the Line: Sustainability and the houses of the ultra poor
Khondaker Hasibul Kabir, Fuad H Mallick
November - 2005
Paper for the 22nd Conference on Passive and Low Energy Architecture. Beirut, Lebanon, 13-16 November 2005
For the extreme poor in Bangladesh, day-to-day survival is the primary concern of life. Shelter is a basic need. The adequacy of this shelter is not. The ultra poor communities in Bangladesh seemingly live in the most basic form of shelter. A closer look however, reveals that the building practices of these people address sustainability, affordability and....
The very poor who participate in microfinance institutions and those who never have
Imran Matin
Vol - 16   Issue - 3  October - 2005
Small Enterprise Development Journal
There is general consensus that the very poor have not been adequately reached by existing microfinance institutions, but there is very little research evidence to support this....
Addressing vulnerabiilties of the poorest: A micro perspective from BRAC
Imran Matin
July - 2005
Paper presented at the ABCDE 2005 Conference, Amsterdam
The poorest have been left out not only by mainstream development approaches, but also by mainstream development knowledge....
Productivity and Virtue: Elite Categories of the Poor in Bangladesh
Naomi Hossain
Vol - 33   Issue - 6  June - 2005
World Development
Based on research into elite attitudes toward poverty, this paper explores the political significance of elite categories of the poor in Bangladesh....
Inequitable access to immunization and vitamin A capsule services: a case of ethnic minorities in three hill districts of Bangladesh
Fazlul Karim, M Rafi, SA Begum
Vol - 119   Issue - 8  June - 2005
Public Health
Avoidable geographic, ethnic and socio-economic disparity in immunization coverage has been a serious concern for Bangladesh. However, this dimension has not been systematically investigated by independent researchers in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh due to political inconveniences stemming from a 20-year armed struggle for autonomy, which ended following a
peace agreement in December 1997....
Women’s Productive Role and Marital Violence in Bangladesh
Abdullahel Hadi
Vol - 20   Issue - 3  June - 2005
Journal of Family Violence
This study assesses the role of women’s participation in productive activities in reducing the risk of marital violence. Data were collected from villages where numerous nongovernment organizations (NGOs) had microcredit-based income generating programs for the poor....
Using Communication for Social Change To Build Social Capital for Bangladeshis Who Are Ultrapoor
Jenevieve Mannell
Issue - 3  May - 2005
MAZI: Communication for Social Change Report
This paper outlines the communication for social change programme of the advocacy and Human Rights Unit (AHRU) of BRAC and places it within a methodological context. The programme shows how communication can be used for much more than information dissemination and, when effectively implemented, can drive significant social change....
 
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