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Total Reports 31

Children Domestic Violence
Tahera Akter
March - 2011
New Age
Tahera Akter in her article expressed her concern that problem like Children and Domestic Violence is not widely recognised in policy formalation...
Development of Primary Education
Samir Ranjan Nath
February - 2011
Prothom Alo
This is the Bangla summary of the "Development ...
Lives and Livelihood on the Streets of Dhaka City: Findings from a Population-based Exploratory survey
Syed Masud Ahmed, Shamim Hossain, Antora Mahmud Khan, Qazi Shafayetul Islam and Md. Kamruzzaman
January - 2011
Dainik Somokal
This is the Bangla summary of the "Lives and Livelihood on the Streets of Dhaka City: Findings from a Population-based Exploratory survey" by Syed Masud Ahmed, Shamim Hossain, Antora Mahmud Khan, Qazi Shafayetul Islam and Md. Kamruzzaman...
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 and Technology
This study found that selection of pesticide; dosage and mode of application were based on agro-chemicals dealers’ suggestion...
Education: Some thoughts on education in this election year [In Bangla]
Samir R Nath
Vol - 10   Issue - 84  January - 2008
Prothom Alo
How can we ensure that election activities create minimal disturbances to education provision?
Who is to blame for road accidents?
M Abdul Alim
Vol - 5   Issue - 799  August - 2006
The Daily Star
Around one million fatalities are caused by road accidents each year, of which the vast majority is in the developing countries. The rate of road accidents is increasing in number, especially when compared with highly motorized countries. Road safety problems represent a very significant domestic, social, and economic problem in developing countries....
Education for small ethnic communities
Md. Mahbub Kabir
August - 2006
Financial Express
At first glance, Bangladesh seems to be a linguistically homogenous society, however, about 2.0 per cent of the population (3.0 million) belong to ethnically diverse small communities who use their own languages in day to day life. Although this may seem like a small percentage of the total population, their needs and rights deserve equal attention under the premise of development for all...
Towards a pro-poor health system in Bangladesh
Syed Masud Ahmed
Vol - 5   Issue - 746  July - 2006
The Daily Star
Studies have shown that, of all the risks that poor households are facing, health risks probably pose the greatest threat to their lives and livelihoods. Unfortunately, health systems are frequently ineffective in reaching the poor....
Mainstreaming ageing in health systems
Syed Masud Ahmed
Vol - 5   Issue - 534  November - 2005
The Daily Star
In the history of Bangladesh, she has faced a daunting challenge of improving the health of its people with limited resources available and made remarkable progress. In the last three decades, life expectancy has increased by 15 years, the total fertility rate (TFR) has declined by more than half and the infant mortality rate (IMR) has fallen by almost half. The current demographic situation in Bangladesh is characterised by gradual ageing of the population, thanks to the successes of targeted public health interventions (such as family planning, EPI, Oral rehydration therapy etc.) and modest economic growth since independence....
Rickets: An emerging public health problem
M Showkat Gani, Fazlul Karim
Vol - 5   Issue - 527  November - 2005
The Daily Star
Rickets is a crippling disease of growing children. The symptoms of rickets are emerged with the growth of children. Rickets can develop as early as 6 months of age. Vitamin D deficiency is the primary cause of the disease. The typical negative impacts of the disease are retarded physical growth and skeletal deformities due to a disorder in bone calcification....
 
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