Media Coverage


19 September, 2019
CARE Bangladesh, PRAN Dairy sign MoU for rural dairy development

CARE Bangladesh, PRAN Dairy sign MoU for rural dairy development. Photo: UNBCARE Bangladesh, PRAN Dairy sign MoU for rural dairy development. Photo: UNBA memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed on Wednesday to strengthen access to market opportunities for rural dairy producers under the SDC-SHOMOSHTI project, reports UNB.Read more


18 September, 2019
CARE Bangladesh, PRAN Dairy sign MoU for rural dairy development

Dhaka, Sept 18 (UNB) - A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed on Wednesday to strengthen access to market opportunities for rural dairy producers under the SDC-SHOMOSHTI project.Read more


24 August, 2019
Pressure should be squarely on Myanmar for Rohingya repatriation: US

US Ambassador to Bangladesh Earl R Miller today said they will continue to put pressure on Myanmar to create conditions on the ground for the “voluntary, safe, dignified and sustainable” return of all Rohingyas to Myanmar’s Rakhine State.Read more


24 August, 2019
রোহিঙ্গাদের স্থায়ী প্রত্যাবাসন চায় যুক্তরাষ্ট্র: মিলার

বাংলাদেশে নিযুক্ত যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের রাষ্ট্রদূত রবার্ট মিলার বলেছেন, রোহিঙ্গা শরণার্থীদের স্বেচ্ছায়, নিরাপদ এবং স্থায়ী প্রত্যাবাসন চায় যুক্তরাষ্ট্র।...Read more


24 August, 2019
রোহিঙ্গা ইস্যুতে বাংলাদেশের পাশে থাকবে যুক্তরাষ্ট্র: মিলার

বাংলাদেশে নিযুক্ত যুক্তরাষ্ট্রের রাষ্ট্রদূত আর্ল রবার্ট মিলার বলেছেন, রোহিঙ্গা ইস্যুতে যুক্তরাষ্ট্র সরকার সব সময় বাংলাদেশের পাশে আছে ও থাকবে।...Read more


24 August, 2019
US govt provides $100,000 in relief assistance to flood victims

Ambassador Earl Robert Miller made the contribution on behalf of the US government The government of the United States of America has provided $100,000 in relief assistance to flood victims in Bangladesh. Read more


24 August, 2019
Myanmar should be pressured for safe Rohingya repatriation: US

US ambassador to Bangladesh Earl R Miller on Saturday said they will continue to put pressure on Myanmar to create conditions on the ground for the ‘voluntary, safe, dignified and sustainable’ return of all Rohingyas to Myanmar’s Rakhine State.Read more


13 March, 2019
CARE Bangladesh organises rickshaw rally to mark Women’s day

To promote gender equality and raise collective voices against gender-based violence and harassment at workplaces around the world, CARE Bangladesh organised a colourful rickshaw rally in Dhaka on Monday, said a press release.Read more


12 March, 2019
‘Violence against Women — prevent, not just protest’ - ntvbd.com

To promote gender equality and raise collective voices against gender-based violence and harassment in workplaces around the world, CARE Bangladesh organised a colourful rickshaw rally on 11 March, Monday. Read more


11 March, 2019
CARE Bangladesh organises rickshaw rally to mark Women’s Day

To promote gender equality and raise collective voices against gender-based violence and harassment in workplaces, CARE Bangladesh organised a colourful rickshaw rally on Monday. The rally, held to celebrate International Women’s Day, started at 10am from the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy and stopped for a while in front of National Press Club, said a press releaseRead more


30 October, 2018
Local indigo goes global

Indigo, which reminds of an episode of cruelty during the British colonial rule, is being farmed once again and the famous blue has recently found its way to the US from Bangladesh. Last month, one tonne of indigo dye was shipped to the US by Living Blue, a firm co-owned by Care Enterprise Inc and Nijera Cottage and Village Industries. “This appears to be the largest recorded export of the...Read more


07 October, 2018
কেয়ার বাংলাদেশের টিপিং পয়েন্টের কথাচিত্রের আয়োজন

ঢাকার গুলশানে সিক্স সিজেন্স হোটেলে কেয়ার বাংলাদেশের টিপিং পয়েন্ট প্রকল্প একটি কথাচিত্রের আয়োজন করা হয়। গত মঙ্গলবারের এ আয়োজনে প্রধান অতিথি হিসেবে...Read more


03 October, 2018
'What Real Changes Look Like'

Yesterday, Tipping Point Project of CARE Bangladesh organised an exhibition titled 'What Real Change Looks Like', a photographic experience, created by women of Photo-Voice at Six Seasons Hotel in Gulshan. The project works with young people and communities to change social norms and practices that perpetuate child marriage. To understand how their work has contributed to changes in the lives of...Read more


03 October, 2018
CARE Bangladesh holds photo-voice exhibition in capital

Tipping Point Project of CARE Bangladesh yesterday organised a photo-voice exhibition titled ‘What Real Change Looks Like’, a photography experience created by girls and women of Photo-Voice, at Six Seasons Hotel in Gulshan of the capital. Charlotta Schlyter, ambassador of Sweden to Bangladesh, inaugurated the exhibition as chief guest, while Phedra Moon Morris, Head of Aid Development...Read more


02 October, 2018
Photography exhibition What Real Change Looks Like held in city

The Tipping Point Project of CARE Bangladesh organised a photography exhibition entitled What Real Change Looks Like - a photography experience created by girls and women of Photo-Voice; was held at Six Seasons Hotel at Gulshan 2 in the capital on Tuesday.Read more


19 September, 2018
How Do Offices Beat Gender Barriers in Bangladesh?

As a part of USAID Feed the Future's Agriculture Extension Support Activity in Bangladesh, the Dhaka Asiana Mission and CARE Bangladesh worked with local farmers, service providers, and private sector companies to understand the most important changes the project could introduce to the system to increase farmer access to services. By using a human centered design approach, piloting solutions on a...Read more


05 August, 2018
CARE Bangladesh champions multi sectoral approach to tackle malnutrition

In the remote haor areas in Sunamganj, Bangladesh, a band of community actors are working in collaboration with different stakeholders, from different sectors to create a resistance against malnutrition. Nasima is one such Community Health Care Provider (CHCP), who enquires and confirm antenatal services and Iron and Folic Acid (IFA) tablet consumption of pregnant mothers with the support of...Read more


28 June, 2018
'Our men are leaving us': the Rohingya women facing life alone

Having fled persecution in Myanmar, a growing number of women are at risk of harassment and attack in Bangladesh after being deserted by their husbands. They are finding solace, camaraderie and mutual support from other similar fated women in the Women Friendly Spaces (WFS) operated by CARE in...Read more

25 May, 2018
Experts for including supply chains, care workers in ILO Convention

Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studies (BILS) and CARE Bangladesh jointly arranged a discussion on “ILO Convention on Ending Violence and Harassment in the World of Work” at The Daily Star Centre in Dhaka on May 23, 2018. "Workers groups, who are currently poorly-protected against violence and harassment, including unpaid care workers, domestic and sex workers, and those in the informal...Read more


24 May, 2018
Sexual harassment, violence against women frequent at work- speakers say at discussion by BILS and CARE Bangladesh.

Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studies (BILS) and CARE Bangladesh jointly arranged a discussion on “ILO Convention on Ending Violence and Harassment in the World of Work” at The Daily Star Centre in Dhaka on May 23, 2018. Speakers urged the government to stress on preventing workplace violence and harassment while addressing labour issues in the upcoming International Labour Conference in...Read more

24 May, 2018
Back ILO process on ending violence against man, woman in Bangladesh: Labour leaders

Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studies (BILS) and CARE Bangladesh jointly arranged a discussion on “ILO Convention on Ending Violence and Harassment in the World of Work” at The Daily Star Centre in Dhaka on May 23, 2018. CARE Bangladesh's Assistant Country Director, Prabodh Devkota said, "Any type of violence including sexual, mental, cultural and physical have negative impact not only on...Read more


24 May, 2018
কর্মক্ষেত্রে হয়রানি-নির্যাতনের সুনির্দিষ্ট সংজ্ঞা জরুরি

আগামী সোমবার থেকে অনুষ্ঠেয় ১০৭তম আন্তর্জাতিক শ্রম সম্মেলন (আইএলসি) সামনে রেখে কর্মক্ষেত্রে নারী ও পুরুষের হয়রানি ও নির্যাতন প্রতিরোধবিষয়ক এজেন্ডার...Read more


08 May, 2018
Q&A: CARE Bangladesh country director on Rohingya crisis

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya in Myanmar fleeing persecution across the border have completely overwhelmed Bangladesh’s ability to respond. International aid organizations in Bangladesh have never before dealt with such numbers of refugees with severe trauma. CARE International has been on the ground from the outset, providing food, support, and basic services to refugees who...Read more


19 April, 2018
Relief Agencies Prepare Rohingya Refugees for Monsoon Threats

With experts warning that heavy rains and cyclonic storms could devastate new Rohingya settlements in Bangladesh, several aid agencies have begun efforts to protect the refugees ahead of the impending monsoon season, which typically starts in May. The aid agencies are doing work on different levels to stave off the risks of flooding and landslides, including efforts to move many refugees...Read more


17 April, 2018
Refugees from Myanmar still need your help

By Zia Choudhury IN August last year, an influx of refugees arrived in Bangladesh, fleeing violence in Myanmar. As of February, more than 670,000 had fled across the border – making the exodus one of the fastest-growing refugee crises in the world. Cox’s Bazar, the camp most of these people now call home, has become the most densely populated refugee settlement in the...Read more


16 April, 2018
In Bangladesh, International Donors Help Build a Domestic Focus on Nutrition

International funders need to develop better relationships with government ministries and implementing organizations to help sustain progress in areas such as stunting, says Dr. Jahangir Hossain, the program director of health for CARE Bangladesh.Read more

24 December, 2017
NMWA Lifts Up Women Artisans of Bangladesh with Handmade Scarves

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) unveiled handmade scarves from Bangladesh at its renowned Museum Shop just in time for the holidays with a reception celebrating CARE's LIVING BLUE, a social enterprise of women artisans, demonstrating how art made by women can lift entire communities and regions out of poverty. Read more


24 December, 2017
Supporting Social Enterprise in Bangladesh Through CARE Living Blue

The National Museum of Women in the Arts unveiled handmade Living Blue scarves yesterday at its renowned Museum Shop in time for the holidays with a reception celebrating the CARE LIVING BLUE project of women artisans from Bangladesh, demonstrating how art made by women can be a catalyst to lift entire communities and regions out of poverty.Read more


19 December, 2017
National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) Lifts Up Women Artisans of Bangladesh with Handmade Scarves

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) unveiled handmade scarves from Bangladesh at its renowned Museum Shop just in time for the holidays with a reception celebrating CARE's LIVING BLUE, a social enterprise of women artisans, demonstrating how art made by women can lift entire communities and regions out of poverty. Founded by CARE and co-owned by the artisans, CARE's LIVING BLUE has...Read more


11 December, 2017
Agri-cards helping farmers buy inputs

A specially designed debit card is now helping farmers avoid bank queues for loans and the hassles of carrying cash to buy agro-inputs, such as seeds, fertilisers, pesticides and equipment, experts said yesterday. Bangla daily Prothom Alo in cooperation with CARE organised the roundtable on “Bank's Farm Loan Expansion for Smallholder Farmers” at the newspaper's office in the capital.Read more


11 December, 2017
প্রান্তিক কৃষকের হাতে ডিজিটাল কৃষি কার্ড

ঢাকায় প্রথম আলোর কার্যালয়ে গতকাল বৃহস্পতিবার অনুষ্ঠিত ‘প্রান্তিক কৃষকের ব্যাংক কৃষিঋণ সম্প্রসারণ’ শীর্ষক গোলটেবিল আলোচনায় এসব তথ্য জানানো হয়।...Read more

07 December, 2017
Halow+ project for RMG workers launched in Savar

CARE International on Tuesday launched the second phase of HALOW [Health Access and Linkage Opportunities for Workers] project in the country with a view to helping more garment workers solve their health problems.Read more

04 December, 2017
কেয়ার বাংলাদেশ ও টেলিনর হেলথের মধ্যে চুক্তি

টেলিনর হেলথের পণ্য টনিক ব্যবহার করে প্রান্তিক জনগোষ্ঠীর মধ্যে উচ্চ মানসম্পন্ন স্বাস্থ্যসেবা এবং এ বিষয়ক সঠিক তথ্যপ্রাপ্তির সুযোগের উন্নয়ন ঘটাতে...Read more


12 November, 2017
গাজীপুরে ফায়ার সার্ভিসের অনুসন্ধান ও উদ্ধার সরঞ্জাম হস্তান্তর

গাজীপুরে ফায়ার সার্ভিসের অনুসন্ধান ও উদ্ধার সরঞ্জাম হস্তান্তর করা হয়েছে। এ উপলক্ষে আয়োজিত এক অনুষ্ঠানে প্রধান অতিথি ছিলেন গাজীপুর জেলা প্রশাসক ড....Read more


03 November, 2017
‘পরিকল্পিত নগরায়ণে চাই সমন্বিত উদ্যোগ’

পঞ্চম নাগরিক সংলাপ অনুষ্ঠানে বক্তারা বলেছেন, ঢাকা মানুষের বসবাসের অযোগ্য হয়ে পড়েছে। তাই পরিবেশবান্ধব ও পরিকল্পিত নগরায়ণ দরকার। তাই এই লক্ষ্য...Read more

03 November, 2017
Urban Dialogue ends

The fifth Urban Dialogue, organized on 1-2 November at Senate Bhaban on Dhaka University campus, concluded with a declaration. The declaration identified the problems of the capital and suggested some recommendations as well. Read more

02 November, 2017
Common platform required for achieving SDGs

Bangladesh has multiple problems—social, environmental and economic—which were creating obstacles to achieving sustainable development goals of the country, speakers said at a conference. It was necessary to bring all the stakeholders under a common platform in order to highlight the unaddressed urban issues, they suggested. Read more


02 November, 2017
Guests participate in the inaugural ceremony

Guests participate in the inaugural ceremony of the “5th urban dialogue- 2017” at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Building of Dhaka University (DU) on Wednesday. Disaster Science and Management Department of DU, Dhaka North City Corporation, Fire Service and Civil Defence and Housing and Building Research Institute jointly organised the two-day event. Read more


01 November, 2017
ঢাবি-এ দু’দিনব্যাপী ‘৫ম নাগরিক সংলাপ’-এর উদ্বোধন

“সমন্বিত এবং সহনশীল নগর” প্রতিপাদ্যকে সামনে রেখে ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় দুর্যোগ বিজ্ঞান ও ব্যবস্থাপনা বিভাগ, ঢাকা উত্তর সিটি কর্পোরেশন, ফায়ার সার্ভিস...Read more

30 October, 2017
ইচ্ছে ডানায় উড়বে ওরা

গত ২৫ অক্টোবর ঢাকার ইএমকে সেন্টারে কেয়ার বাংলাদেশের টিপিং পয়েন্ট প্রকল্প আয়োজিত ‘ইচ্ছে ডানা’ শিরোনামের অনুষ্ঠানের মাধ্যমে সুনামগঞ্জের কেয়ার...Read more


26 October, 2017
More overtime duty, narrow career prospect

Women in the country's readymade garment sector face a range of discriminations including being subject to do more overtime duty than their male colleagues and getting fewer promotions, say a study report of Karmojibi Nari and CARE Bangladesh. Findings show that female workers have a narrow career prospect as very few of them are promoted to supervisory positions. The study report was...Read more

24 October, 2017
Rohingya mother tells horrifying story of being abducted and raped while trying to flee Myanmar ‘I fell on my knees, begging them to spare me

Begum (whose name has been changed to protect her identity) says it’s easy to identify the worst three days of her life. They are her last three days spent in Myanmar. She is one of more than 400,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees who have suffered or witnessed rape and other forms of gender-based violence before fleeing to Bangladesh. This is her story, as told to CARE’s Jennifer Bose, who sat...Read more

15 October, 2017
Eyewitness to horror: in the Rohingya refugee camps of Bangladesh

FARIDA'S VILLAGE WAS BURNT AT NIGHT AND SHE FLED BAREFOOT AND PREGNANT' I entered Ukhia town ten days after the first refugees arrived from Myanmar. The car slowed to walking pace because the road had tens of thousands of refugees on it. Surrounding the car there were women and children tapping on the windows, pointing at their mouths and stomachs. Others on the road were sleeping, or staring...Read more

04 October, 2017
Govt urged to spend more in disaster risk reduction works

Government should increase investment in disaster risk reduction programmes as Bangladesh is one of the disaster prone countries in the world, observed a group of environmentalists and researchers on Tuesday.Read more


04 October, 2017
Climate change threat on the rise

Bangladesh has been successful in different aspects of disaster management, but it needs to do more to reduce disaster risks and combat threats of climate change, experts said yesterday. The patterns of natural calamities change frequently in Bangladesh while the climate change is posing an increased risk, they also said.Read more


26 September, 2017
CBC Radio, based in Canada, interviews Zia Choudhury, Country Director, CARE Bangladesh

"A huge number of people suffered a great deal to make this journey from Myanmar to Bangladesh. They are here now. There's a lot more that we can do collectively to meet their immediate needs" - says Zia Choudhury, Country Director, CARE Bangladesh during an interview with Canada based radio CBC on 26 September, 08 pm.Read more

18 September, 2017
Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims face worsening humanitarian crisis with refugee camps at breaking point

The road from the Bangladesh-Myanmar border is lined with Rohingya refugees. There are groups of women clutching their babies, old men, women and children who can walk no further. There are those who are injured, pregnant and disabled. All of them are exhausted, starving and searching for safety. Occasionally a truck will stop and those on board will throw out clothes, biscuits or...Read more


28 August, 2017
গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির সভা - দৈনিক নয়াবাংলা

গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির অর্ধ-বার্ষিকী সভা গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশনের সভাকক্ষে অনুষ্ঠিত হয়েছে। রবিবার (২৭ আগস্ট) সকালে...Read more


28 August, 2017
গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির সভা অনুষ্ঠিত - দৈনিক নতুন ভোর

গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির অর্ধ-বার্ষিকী সভা ২৭ আগস্ট রবিবার সকালে অনুষ্ঠিত হয়েছে। গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশনের সভাকক্ষে...Read more


28 August, 2017
গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির সভা অনুষ্ঠিত - সিটিজি বার্তা

গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির অর্ধ-বার্ষিকী সভা ২৭ আগস্ট রবিবার সকালে অনুষ্ঠিত হয়েছে। গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশনের সভাকক্ষে...Read more

28 August, 2017
গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির সভা অনুষ্ঠিত… - ক্রাইম নিউজ

গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির অর্ধ-বার্ষিকী সভা ২৭ আগস্ট রবিবার সকালে অনুষ্ঠিত হয়েছে। গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশনের সভাকক্ষে...Read more


27 August, 2017
গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির সভা অনুষ্ঠিত - http://www.channel7bd.com

গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির অর্ধ-বার্ষিকী সভা ২৭ আগস্ট রবিবার সকালে অনুষ্ঠিত হয়েছে। গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশনের সভাকক্ষে...Read more


27 August, 2017
গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির সভা অনুষ্ঠিত - স্বাধীন দেশ

গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশন দুর্যোগ ব্যবস্থাপনা কমিটির অর্ধ-বার্ষিকী সভা ২৭ আগস্ট রবিবার সকালে অনুষ্ঠিত হয়েছে। গাজীপুর সিটি কর্পোরেশনের সভাকক্ষে...Read more


22 August, 2017
Half of all child marriages occur in South Asia

When it comes to child marriage, laws have little value in the face of social norms. And the special provisions in the child restraint act do very little to curb the practice of underage marriages. This is considered a controversial law and has met with considerable consideration from various quarters in the society. Read more

27 July, 2017
Engagement with local govt empowers people: Experts

Citizen engagement with local government institutions has significantly increased the proactive disclosure of information, strengthening people's ability to hold union parishads accountable in their activities, such as in project implementation, annual plan and budget drafting, said policymakers and experts yesterday.Read more

16 May, 2017
Women's Economic Empowerment

Bangladesh has witnessed steady economic growth over the last decade and is gradually moving towards middle income status. Discourses on economic growth recognizes the need for women's participation. However, there is a need to examine whether women in true sense are achieving economic empowerment, and what women belonging to different sections of society expect from this growth. With a view to...Read more

02 May, 2017
‘CARE wants to stay relevant in Bangladesh’

Michelle Nunn took over the reins of CARE USA in 2015. Founder of an NGO Hand on Atlanta, which later became Points of Light, Michelle had seen her small initiative grow into an operation that currently operates in dozens of countries across the world. The 50-year old mother of two graduated from University of Virginia in History and later went to the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard....Read more

24 April, 2017
হাওরাঞ্চলে ফসলহানি অর্থনীতির বড় ক্ষতি

হাওরাঞ্চলে ফসলহানি অর্থনীতির বড় ক্ষতিRead more

19 April, 2017
GSK-CARE move for maternal, child health development

Pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and non-government organisation CARE Bangladesh has trained up 300 people of Sunamganj to bring significant improvement on maternal and child health issues in the district. The two organisations at a programme in Dhaka on Tuesday revealed the information on the results, success and learning of their health campaign styled CARE-GSK Community Health...Read more

22 March, 2017
বিনিয়োগের সুবিধা গরিবের কাছে পৌঁছানো জরুরি

পরিবেশ ও সমাজের সামগ্রিক উন্নয়ন ছাড়া অর্থনৈতিক উন্নয়ন টেকসই হয় না। বিষয়টি বিবেচনায় নিয়ে সরকার এবং বেসরকারি উদ্যোক্তাদের এগিয়ে আসতে হবে। সার্বিকভাবে...Read more

22 March, 2017
দেশে ১০ কোটি ডলারের ইমপ্যাক্ট ফান্ড গঠনের উদ্যোগ

দেশে ১০ কোটি ডলারের ইমপ্যাক্ট ফান্ড গঠনের উদ্যোগRead more

17 March, 2017
Women lack access to financial services: study

Women contribute 26 percent to bank deposits but they get only 2 percent as credit out of total outstanding loans, according to a study launched yesterday. Despite better use of loans than men, women entrepreneurs face a lack of access to formal finance because of high transaction costs, asymmetric information, dearth of collateral and personal guarantee, and cumbersome documentation for loan...Read more

11 March, 2017
Cleaning up Bangladesh’s Slums:Behind a community-led initiative for waste management

“People avoid slums; service providers are reluctant to offer services here as these particular areas of big metropolitan cities are usually dirty, filthy with waste, and stagnant with polluted water,” said Rezia Begum, a dweller of Pukurpar community in Konabari, Gazipur. “We, the slum dwellers and our children, also suffer from various health hazards and waterborne skin diseases.”Read more

12 February, 2017
Love for work brings honour for Dinajpur artisan

For most, a quilt is a symbol of tradition, passed down from generation to generation marking important life events, while many use it as bedding or decoration. But, for Sona Rani Roy a quilt was always more than that.Read more

10 February, 2017
Social Cohesion During Disasters

“No matter how little they helped, whatever we get in such disasters appears to be a big support for us,” said Fatema. She was talking about the emergency food support that she had received from the members of the community after the devastating fire hazard at Tetultala Slum, Tongi. Read more

17 January, 2017
Scrap law on girls' marriage before 18

Speakers at a views-exchange meeting yesterday requested the prime minister to scrap the special provision which allows marriageable age for females before 18 under the proposed Child Marriage Prevention Act-2016. If the government include the provision, it will be misused and the number of child marriage will increase a lot across the country, especially in the rural, char and slum areas,...Read more

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