An innovative program in Bangladesh that caused unusually large reductions in child malnutrition will be made known at an event featuring experts from the poverty-fighting organization CARE and the
Public land grabbing is on the rise. So also the government vigilance often brings the culprits to book.
3rd International Conference on Solid Waste Management in Developing Countries will be held on 10-12 February 2013 at Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET), Bangladeh.
Standing Boro crops on about 200 hectares of land have gone under water due to torrential rainfall and flash flood in the haor area of Khaliajuri Upazila of the district on Saturday.
The Bangladesh office of WaterAid has welcomed the government's pledges to allow an additional 21 million people access to adequate sanitation and 12 million to an improved water source by 2015.
Ahead of the World Bank's Spring Meetings here this week, government ministers from almost 40 developing countries are meeting with UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake, UK International Developm
AS reported in the press, 'non-allocation of funds' and 'legal complexities' have either stalled or slowed down two projects for protecting the Buriganga River from land grabbers or restoring stret
Climate change has been posing serious threat to fisheries and livestock resources in the coastal belt of the country.
India's first genetically engineered (GE) drought-resistant rice variety has been developed in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata.
National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA), the US space research center, is keen to carry out research on weather and climate in Bangladesh, the most vulnerable country to climate change.
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