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Total Reports 31

Arsenic in drinking water of Bangladesh: Experiences of BRAC
M Jakariya
Vol - 1589   June - 2005
The Financial Express
The arsenic problem in Bangladesh has been described as the largest mass poisoning in history. Chronic ingestion of inorganic arsenic causes characteristic skin lesions as observed in populations in Bangladesh and elsewhere....
BRAC research resources ? just a mouse-click away!
Mehnaz Rabbani, Nasheeba Selim
Vol - 40   Issue - 37  April - 2005
The Weekly Holiday
Looking for reports on the BRAC Matlab projects, BRAC monographs, working papers on the extreme poor or BRAC publications? Or perhaps you are looking for BRAC's in-house research done on current programmes. All the information you need is now at your fingertips with the launching of www.bracresearch.org, BRAC Research and Evaluation Division's new website....
Connecting people through a single network: the BRAC initiative
Khadija Rehma, Tariq Omar Ali
Vol - 40   Issue - 37  April - 2005
The Weekly Holiday
Poor rural producers in small villages often find themselves trapped in a story that is similar in the context of developing countries. With the proliferation of Information Communications Technology (ICT), the world races ahead, buzzing with daily transactions that take place in fractions of seconds, banks, businesses, schools and hospitals, all functioning at the touch of the fingertip....
The promises must be kept
Fazle Hasan Abed
Vol - 5   Issue - 283  March - 2005
The Daily Star
The fifth annual Education Watch report focuses on quality with equity in primary education. It probes into inter-connected factors bearing on performance of schools and children in specific locations in 10 upazilas....
Provisions with quality
Samir R Nath, Altaf Hossain, Md Mahbubul Kabir, Md Abul Kalam, Mirja M Shahjamal, Rosie Nilufar Yasmin, Tata Zafar
Vol - 5   Issue - 283  March - 2005
The Daily Star
Education Watch 2003/4 report is based on a survey of 8,212 households and 47 institutions, 73 focus group discussion, 22 case studies of children and discussion with key informants about primary education in 10 Upazilas....
Quality with equity: Seven action priorities
Manzoor Ahmed
Vol - 5   Issue - 283  March - 2005
The Daily Star
As cautioned by UNESCO's latest EFA Monitoring Report, published in November 2004, Bangladesh will not reach its EFA goals for 2015 with a "business as usual" approach....
Nature of deprivation: Key findings
Samir R Nath
Vol - 5   Issue - 283  March - 2005
The Daily Star
A survey of households and selected government, registered non-governmnet, and non-formal primary schools and Ebtedayee madrasas in 10 upazilas provided insights into the nature of deprivation of children from primary education....
BRAC puts the breaks on road accidents
Jenevieve Mannell
October - 2004
The Weekly Holiday
It is not surprising that road traffic accidents are on the fast track to becoming a leading cause of death. However, the statistics may just stop you in your tracks. There are one hundred deaths due to road accidents every hour, which amounts to 1.2 million people being killed each year according to the World Bank. To put this in context, the number of people killed is equivalent to nine jumbo jets crashing each day....
Gender barriers to TB control in Bangladesh
M Fazlul Karim, M Akramul Islam, Insana Begum, AMR Chowdhury, Faruque Ahmed, Aminul Alam, Imran Matin
Vol - 4   Issue - 322  April - 2004
The Daily Star
Globally, the estimated male-to-female ratio of notified tuberculosis (TB) cases based on passive case finding is 2:1. Yet, the progression from infection to disease is almost 130 percent higher among women....
Doing more with microfinance: A BRAC experience
Imran Matin, Aminul Alam
Vol - 4   Issue - 263  February - 2004
The Daily Star
The poor are a diverse group with diverse livelihoods, needs and potential, which change over time due to lifecycle, new opportunities and external shocks. This diverse and dynamic reality of poor peoples' lives forms the canvas within which BRAC conceptualises and designs its repertoire of development programs, in which microfinance is a core element....
 
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