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Total Working Papers 40

 

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Issue 20
“Why do I have to Clean Teeth Regularly?”: Perceptions and State of Oral and Dental Health in a Low-income Rural Community in Bangladesh
Antora Mahmud Khan and Syed Masud Ahmed
March - 2011
This study tries to explore a pilot survey in three unions of Gauripur upazila to document the knowledge and awareness and existing oral hygiene practices among the rural people and also, to explore the care-giving practices of the healthcare practitioners - both professionals and non-professionals...
 
Issue 19
Lives and Livelihoods 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
March - 2011
This study tries to explore the cross-sectional survey on a sample of these populations from 10 purposively selected areas of Dhaka city to gather information on their lives and livelihoods, using both quantitative and qualitative methods.
 
Issue 18
Stakeholders` Knowledge in Obstetric Complications and Role of Health Providers in Accessing Emergency Obstetric care: Experiences from Nilphamari District
Morsheda Banu, Hashima-E-Nasreen and Sarawat Rashid
February - 2011
This study aimed to explore the stakeholders` knowledge in obstetric complications, role of MNCH intervention in accessing Emergency Obstetric Care (EmOC) and factors associated with delays...
 
Issue 17
Impact of Char Development and Settlement Project on Improving the Livelihood of Char Dwellers
Wameq Raza, Anindita Bhattacharjee and Narayan Chandra Das
January - 2011
This study aimed to evaluate CDSP III through assessment of indicators like employment, asset holding (natural, physical and financial), housing condition, education, food security, and crisis coping mechanism...
 
Issue 16
Beyond Dropout: A Study on BRAC Primary School
Ashrafuzzaman Khan and Mrinmoy Samadder
November - 2010
This study tries to explored the reasons of dropout of students from BRAC primary schools...
 
Issue 15
Revisiting Group Dynamic and Legal Rights
Debasish Kumar Kundu, Mrinmoy Samadder and Sharin Shajahan Naomi
November - 2010
This study tries to explore the dynamics of the committee formation, the strength and weakness of HRLS and to analyze the nature of performance and sustainability in achieving justice for the women...
 
Issue 14
Impact Assessment of Adolescent Development Programme in the Selective Border Regions of Bangladesh
Jinnat Ara and Narayan C Das
November - 2010
This study tries to explore the adolescents, their parents and the communities aware about the social and legal issues like HIV/AIDS, gender equality, marriage and dowry...
 
Issue 13
Understanding Alternative Dispute Resolution for the Rural Women in Bangladesh: Some Illustrations from BRAC HRLS Programme
Debasish Kumar Kundu, Ashrafuzzaman Khan and Mrinmoy Samadder
October - 2010
This study tries to explore the contribution of ADR of HRLS programme in ensuring social justice for the rural poor women in Bangladesh...
 
Issue 12
Exploring Reasons of Variation in Target Achievement in Sanitary Latrine Construction Under School Sanitation Programme of BRAC WASH
Tahmid Arif, Shamim Ahmed
July - 2010
This study aims to explore the reasons of different levels of target achievement in constructing sanitary latrine for girls` in those two regions...
 
Issue 11
Exploring Explanatory Model of Malaria in Hill Tracts of Bangladesh: Perspective from Dighinala Upazila
Shamim Hossain, Md. Kamruzzaman, Syed Masud Ahmed
June - 2010
This study aims to explore the explanatory model of malarial illness in different
communities...
 
 
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