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Total Reports 31

Factors Influencing the Performance of Delivery Centers in Urban Slums of Bangladesh: A Qualitative Study
Morsheda Banu, Hashima E Nasreen
Vol - 02:12 (2011)   December - 2012
OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development
Averting the devastating majority of maternal mortality, BRAC initiated an intervention named Manoshi in 2007; maternal, neonatal and child health programme for the urban poor of Dhaka city. It established delivery centres (DC) to provide clean and safe delivery services by community health
workers (CHW) as well as referring maternal and neonatal complications to equipped hospital. Methods: The study aimed to measure the performance of DCs and explore the factors related to its performance.
Where are our doctors?
Shamim Hossain and Wameq A Raza
March - 2012
Why in his right mind would a doctor, well-bred and educated, want to spend a single minute away from this wondrous megacity of ours, and that too,to treat those who have no money in the villages? Doctors from our country do not and will not spend time in any village for their noble profession. The air outside the city limits is much too clean for money to be floating around ripe for plucking.....
Technology and productivity in rice sector
Dr. M. Shahe Alam
Issue - 09.02  February - 2012
The Daily Star
Rice, the staple food grain of Bangladesh, is grown on nearly 11.25 million hectares of land. Rice covers about 82% of the total cropped land of Bangladesh. It accounts for 92% of the total food grain production in the country and provides more than 50% of the agricultural value addition employing about 44% of total labour forces. According to the latest estimation made by BBS, per capita rice consumption is about 166 kg/year. Rice alone provides 76% of the calorie intake and 66% of total protein requirement and shares about 95% of the total cereal food supply. Among all crops, rice is the driving force of Bangladesh agriculture. ...
Why doctors do not go to villages? (In Bangla)
Syed Masud Ahmed
October - 2011
Samakal
It is hard for the physicians to go to village(In Bangla)
Shamim Hossain
October - 2011
Bonikbarta
Private tutoring
SAMIR RANJAN NATH
August - 2011
The Daily Star
In a meeting with the heads of the secondary schools and colleges in Dhaka city, the education minister pointed out some drawbacks of private tutoring business. A demand to stop coaching centres was rasied in the meet. Such a demand is not new. Private tutoring is a popular topic in any discussion on education.
Regional disparity in education: Sylhet paradox (Part-1)
Samir Ranjan Nath and Rasheda K Choudhury
June - 2011
The daily sun
The latest research of Education Watch explored the reasons behind the slow progress of Sylhet division in school education from a broader perspective of educational deprivation in the country. This article is based on some major findings of this research.
News paper article on Lives and livelihoods on the streets of Dhaka city
Syed Masud Ahmed
June - 2011
The daily sun
Building the Chars
Wameq Raza
Fourm
Vol - 5   Issue - 06  June - 2011
A monthly publication of the daily star
Wameq Raza tells a tale of survival on the chars, aided by the government and NGOs.
Exploring Low Performance in Education: The Case of Sylhet Division
Samir Ranjan Nath et al.
April - 2011
Prothom Alo
This is a an article which highlights the main results of Education Whatch 2009-2010...
 
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