Bangladesh

Bangladesh : Country Assistance Review ( CAR ) The Committee on Development Effectiveness ( CODE ) considered the Bangladesh Country Assistance Review ( CAR ) ( IDA / SecM98-102 ) , prepared by the Operations Evaluation Department ( OED ) ...

Author: Roger J. Robinson

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 9780821342930

Category: Business & Economics

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"Bangladesh evokes profound, moving impressions. The country is the most densely populated state in the world. It has limited natural resources and is highly vulnerable to natural disasters. Famine is an ever-present danger... Emerging from a bloody war in 1971, the country's capacity to survive was widely doubted. But Bangladesh has survived, and has made progress in economic and social development." Despite the political traumas from 1977 to 1980, Bangladesh has made progress in economic and social development and has been transformed over the past 16 years. From the country's inception, the World Bank has been involved in Bangladesh's economic development. The International Development Association (IDA) has financed about a quarter of all foreign aid commitments. However, Bangladesh's dependence on foreign aid has raised concerns regarding sovereignty and self-reliance in the development process. This Country Assistance Review (CAR) presents the findings of an Operations Evaluation Department team that visited Bangladesh in August/September 1996. It represents a synthesis of the key findings of the evaluation. The CAR's main conclusion is that IDA's assistance to Bangladesh has been effective, and the partnership forged with the government has brought some notable successes. The lessons drawn from it are presented at a strategic level and are applicable in Bangladesh and other countries.

Bangladesh News

Dr. Mallick asks ADB to change Published by Press and Information Division, Bangladesh High Commission, 56 Ring Road, New Delhi-110024 and Printed at Arian Printers E-2/117, Shastri Negar, Delhi-110052 NEWS. on justice—President - so < ...

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DFID s programme in Bangladesh

Following independence from Pakistan in 1971 , Bangladesh was governed by successive military governments for twenty years . However , parliamentary democracy was established in 1991 and there have been three national elections since ...

Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: International Development Committee

Publisher: The Stationery Office

ISBN: 9780215544353

Category: Political Science

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Bangladesh

Egyptian Foreign Minister Visits Bangladesh FOOD GRANTS His Excellency Dr. Mohammed Hassan of sovereign equality , mutual respect FOR BANGLADESH El - Zayyat , Foreign Minister of the Arab and noninterference in each other's UNITED ...

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Bangladesh

“Fear for Bangladesh as 'Begums' Fight for Future Power.” Express, January 5, 2014. http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/452021/Fear-for-Bangladesh-as-Begums-fight -forfuture-power. Al Jazeera. “Myanmar: Who are the Rohingya?

Author: Debbie Nevins

Publisher: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 1502636344

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Bangladesh is a friendly and colorful country, known for its contradictions. It has a distinct culture, although the Bangladeshi people have fought for their own political identity for many years. Bangladesh is also one of the ten most populous countries in the world, although its borders have been hotly contested. Readers will explore this complex nation in this informative text through engaging sidebars, interesting facts, and vibrant photographs.

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Bangladesh : Export Competitiveness Export Performance T.IXII ) GIYII ) Ouard Olula Proza incr RMG SOHI 5,1X16 ) 4.0X11 ) Bangladesh's export performance during most of the 1990s was strong . Exports grew at an average annual rate of ...

Author: International Monetary Fund

Publisher: International Monetary Fund

ISBN: 1451804148

Category: Business & Economics

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Bangladesh achieved steady gross domestic product growth with manageable inflation, and improved social indicators, owing to prudent macroeconomic management and a renewal of structural reform. The proposed Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility-supported program builds on this record of policy implementation. Fiscal reform should be centered on a sustained revenue effort and investments in infrastructure and human capital. The government has been commended for the flexible management of the exchange rate. Executive Directors consider the proposed policy program to be comprehensive and realistic for achieving the objectives.

Tourism Marketing in Bangladesh

attractiveness and competitiveness 89 augmented reality (AR), in tourism marketing 4; accommodation 149–150; Bangladesh tourism industry 149–152; B2B vendor/customer experience 145; brand awareness with 144; improved user experience ...

Author: Azizul Hassan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000193306

Category: Business & Economics

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Tourism is often a key driver of economic growth in many countries. The recent upward trends of tourism and hospitality education in higher academic institutions in Bangladesh suggests a growing tourism sector. Very little has been written on Bangladesh’s tourism industry. This is the first edited volume published from an international publisher which looks at this industry and how it has developed and flourished. The book begins by looking at tourism policy planning and provides a comprehensive overview of topics from tourism products and services in Bangladesh to how they are being marketed. It also discusses how private and public tourism institutions can address future long term trends. This book will appeal to those interested to learn more about developing tourism industry in emerging economies and may provide invaluable lessons from Bangladesh’s experience and success.

Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Change in Bangladesh

Oxford University Press, UK Ibrahim AM (1984) Changes in flood levels in Bangladesh. Agricultural Development Adviser Project, Ministry of Agriculture, Agriculture and Forest Division, Dhaka Montgomery R (1985) The Bangladesh floods of ...

Author: Md Aboul Fazal Younus

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9400754949

Category: Science

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The IPCC (2007) warned that the Ganges Brahmaputra Meghna (GBM) basin will be at greatest risk due to increased flooding, and that the region’s poverty would reduce its adaptation capacity. This book investigates autonomous adaptation using a multi-method technique comprising PRA and a questionnaire survey applied in the case study area ‘Islampur’ Upazila in Bangladesh. The study has four key approaches. First, it reviews the flood literature for Bangladesh from 1980 to 2014. Second, it examines farmers' crop adaptation processes in a case study area at Islampur, Bangladesh. Third, it assesses the vulnerability and adaptation (V & A) in response to three extreme flood events (EFEs). Fourth, the book assesses the economic consequences of failure effects of autonomous crop adaptation in response to EFEs. The results show that Bangladeshi farmers are highly resilient to EFEs, but the economic consequences of failure effects of autonomous crop adaptation (FEACA) on marginal farmers are large. The book contributes to current knowledge by filling three important research gaps as follows, 1) farmers’ autonomous crop adaptation processes in response to various types of extreme floods; 2) methodological contribution for assessing vulnerability and adaptation through PRA; and 3) the economic consequences of the failure effects of autonomous crop adaptations. “This book provides a good account of ‘autonomous adaptation’ and its impact on fl ood vulnerable communities in Bangladesh. Anyone wishing to fully understand the impact of climate change should read the book.” Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate, Yunus Centre, Bangladesh

Human Rights in Bangladesh

A Report by Ain O Salish Kendra, Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust, [and] Odhikar Hameeda Hossain. problems in ground water in the budget. There was no increase in the environmentally friendly rail and waterways.

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Fifty Years of Bangladesh 1971 2021

Daily Star (Bangladesh), July 31 2019. 11. Daily Asian Age, 23 November 2017. 12. M.G. Quibria, Bangladesh's Road to Long-term Economic Prosperity: Risks and Challenges, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 97–8. 13. Gustave Le Bon, The Crowd: ...

Author: Taj Hashmi

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030971589

Category: Social Science

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This book, the first historical sociology of its kind concerning Bangladesh, examines the country's what-went-wrong-syndrome during the first fifty years of its existence, 1971-2021. The work is an exception to the traditional studies on modern and contemporary Bangladesh. The study is also a post-history of united Pakistan. Busting several myths, it sheds light on many known and unknown facts about the history, politics, society, and culture of the country. Besides being a twice-born country – liberated twice, from the British in 1947 and from West Pakistanis in 1971 – it is also an artificial entity suffering from acute crises of culture, development, governance, and identity. Hashmi attributes the culture and identity crises to the demographic byproducts of bad governance. In addition to being overpopulated, Bangladesh is also resource-poor and has one of the most unskilled populations, largely lumpen elements and peasants. According to Marx, these people represent “the unchanging remnants of the past”. The second round of independence empowered these lumpen classes, who suffer from an identity crisis and never learn the art of governance. The proliferation of pseudo-history about liberation has further divided the polity between the two warring tribes who only glorify their respective idols, Mujib and Zia. Pre-political and pre-capitalist peasants’ / lumpen elements’ lack of mutual trust and respect have further plagued Bangladesh, turning it into one of the least governable, corrupt, and inefficient countries. It is essential to replace the pre-capitalist order of the country run by multiple lumpen classes with capitalist and inclusive institutions.