Tuesday, 25 January 2022
Prothom Alo Roundtable
Prothom Alo Roundtable
'Tea workers cannot be left behind'
It will not be possible to achieve sustainable development leaving these tea workers behind, said speakers at a roundtable on 'Clean Water and Sanitation (SDG6): Inclusion of Tea Workers
28 Dec 2021, 17:22
'Children must not face any form of abuse'
At a recent roundtable, a proposal was made for making necessary amendments to the Children Act 2013 to prevent physical and mental abuse of children in educational institutions, within the family ...
27 Dec 2021, 16:48
Violence against Women: Reproductive health and family planning services
A roundtable on ‘Gender Based Violence in relation with Sexual & Reproductive Health Rights and Family Planning Services’ was held on 13 December 2021, organised by USAID Sukhi Jibon, Pathfinder ...
25 Dec 2021, 16:03
'Family planning should be a women's decision'
The government is committed to reduce gender violence. Coordinated government and non-government efforts are required.
13 Dec 2021, 21:55
Easier resolution demanded for online violence against women
ActionAid Bangladesh organised a roundtable on 'Prevention of online violence against women: Challenges and the way ahead'
25 Nov 2021, 17:07
'Awareness and application of law can prevent unnecessary use of horns'
Noise pollution in Dhaka city is steadily worsening due to the unnecessary use of horns by vehicle drivers, said discussants in a roundtable on 'Unnecessary horns: Cause of harm to health and ...
23 Nov 2021, 21:16
Awareness and publicity reduce early marriage
Increasing public awareness and publicity by involving people reduces early marriage at a significant rate
18 Nov 2021, 17:45
‘Children at higher risk of lead poisoning’
On the occasion of International Lead-Poisoning Prevention Week, Pure Earth Bangladesh, ESDO, UNICEF and Prothom Alo on 25 October organised a roundtable on ‘Lead Poisoning and Child Health in ...
01 Nov 2021, 08:51
'Children at higher risk of lead poisoning'
High levels of lead are present in the blood of around 30 million children of the country. Around 30,000 people die of lead poisoning every year
26 Oct 2021, 16:02
Awareness is essential for mental health
Attention must be paid to community-based mental healthcare to ensure the proper development of children and youth in the Covid-19 situation, said speakers at a roundtable
22 Oct 2021, 13:32