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Child Safety

Child Safety

PM for prompt action against child repression

Mentioning that she was moved immensely by unnatural death of any child elsewhere across the globe, prime minister Sheikh Hasina today sounded a note of warning against child repression as her ...

PM for prompt action against child repression

Anarchy still rules the roads

Movements and protests have taken place demanding safe roads in the country. The concerned quarters of the government are also aware of the main reasons behind road accidents. Researchers and experts ...

Anarchy still rules the roads

Dengue costs spiral to billions of taka

Till August 17 this year, dengue patients in the country have spent an estimated Tk 2.04 billion on treatment and related expenses, according to a study conducted by Dhaka University’s ...

Dengue costs spiral to billions of taka

Dengue patients exceed 50,000

The number of dengue patients in the country has exceeded 50,000. Hospitals are overflowing with this unprecedented influx of dengue patients.Last year a total of 10,148 dengue patients had been ...

Dengue patients exceed 50,000

5 things the EU does to save environment

The European Union coordinates and directs environmental protection for its members, through the regulation of industry and the setting of green policy goals.May's European parliamentary election ...

5 things the EU does to save environment

Newborn rescued from dustbin in Dhaka

A newborn baby girl was rescued from a dustbin near Janata Housing in the capital's Mohammadpur area early Saturday, reports UNB.Cleaning staff of Dhaka South City Corporation found the infant inside ...

Newborn rescued from dustbin in Dhaka

'Massive children's presence on net alarming'

Exposed to abuse of children on the net, more than 80 per cent teenage internet users in Bangladesh feel they need stronger safety, says a UNICEF survey.About 20 per cent of the surveyed teenagers ...

'Massive children's presence on net alarming'

Children at risk from outbreaks of measles: UNICEF

The government and UN partners have stepped up immunisation efforts in overcrowded camps and makeshift shelters of Rohingyas close to the border with Myanmar amid an increased number of suspected ...

Children at risk from outbreaks of measles: UNICEF

Rohingya children at risk of life-threatening malnutrition: UNICEF

Rohingya children at refugee camps in Bangladesh suffer severe malnutrition, according to an assessment of UNICEF. The preliminary data of the nutrition assessment shows a 7.5 per cent prevalence of ...

Rohingya children at risk of life-threatening malnutrition: UNICEF

Clowns bring laughter to traumatised Rohingya children

The Rohingya boys and girls shrieked with delight as the clowns juggled hoops and somersaulted, their red-nosed antics provoking a sound rarely heard in the world’s largest refugee camp-children’s ...

Clowns bring laughter to traumatised Rohingya children
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