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BRAC inks deal with WB to improve road safety in Bangladesh

The World Bank and BRAC signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Saturday to collaborate for improving road safety in Bangladesh.

BRAC inks deal with WB to improve road safety in Bangladesh

'We need to bring in social justice, tolerance as aspect of poverty reduction'

BRAC chairperson Hossain Zillur Rahman said Bangladesh needs to bring in social justice and tolerance as an aspect of poverty reduction.

BRAC organises a webinar titled ‘breaking the barriers of poverty: New priorities in poverty reduction in the backdrop of COVID-19’ on Thursday.

BRAC Dialogue

‘Girls must be brought back to schools’

11 October was the International Day of The Girl Child. A discussion has been held titled ‘Girls must be brought back to schools' by BRAC to mark the day.

‘Girls must be brought back to schools’

Virtual dialogue

Girls must be brought back to school

Speakers at virtual dialogue organised by BRAC, called for coordinated government and non-government action to prevent the dropout of girl students from school.

Girls must be brought back to school

World Education Week

3 BRAC schools to globally showcase best practices

hree Bangladeshi schools, all from BRAC, have been selected among 100 schools from across the globe to showcase their best practices and promote a higher and better standard of education for all ...

3 BRAC schools to globally showcase best practices

COVID-19 pandemic

93pc medical waste remains out of proper management

93.4 per cent of COVID-19-related health-safety and medical waste remains out of proper treatment while merely 6.6 per cent are managed properly in Bangladesh.

93pc medical waste remains out of proper management

BRAC virtual dialogue

'Women Affected at Work and in Businesses'

A virtual dialogue titled 'Women Affected at Work and in Businesses' was held on 17 September on basis of a study by BRAC on women entrepreneurs and working women.

BRAC virtual dialogue

Virtual discussion

Women entrepreneurs’ earnings drop by 67pc

Women entrepreneurs’ losses during coronavirus pandemic are estimated to be around Tk 289,000. Around 57 per cent of them have no idea how to avail loans.

Women entrepreneurs’ earnings drop by 67pc

Govt, BRAC to jointly run mobile X-Ray van to detect TB among Rohingyas

The National Tuberculosis Control Programme (NTP) of the government and BRAC have jointly taken an initiative to detect TB among the Rohingyas in Cox’s Bazar through a high-tech mobile x-ray van

Rohingya refugees gather at a market inside a refugee camp in Cox`s Bazar, Bangladesh, on 7 March 2019

‘67pc people don’t wear masks due to discomfort and heat stress’

Although 92.9 per cent people think wearing face masks is an imperative to stave off coronavirus, 67.40 per cent said they do not wear masks as it causes discomfort and heat stress. While 20.90 per ...

‘67pc people don’t wear masks due to discomfort and heat stress’
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