Social Development /
A Rural Women's Project in Bangladesh -
Source: Novartis Foundation for
Sustainable Development (NFSD),
Information & Communications Technologies for Gender Equality
Gillian M. Marcelle
Abstract on "Women
and the Informal Service Sector" by Dr Anwara Begum. Co-authored article
with Dr Mahmudul Alam, in " Role of the Informal Service Sector in Urban
Poverty Alleviation, published by ESCAP, UN, New York 1996; ST/ESCAP/1706.
Six Country studies comprising of Bangladesh, India, Indonesia,
Pakistan, the Philipines and Thailand.
Co-researcher and Editor for the study on
Imbalance of Growth of Export Oriented Manufacturing in Bangladesh",
funded by The World Bank.
ACID BURNS IN BANGLADESH
Bari Md. Shahidul,1 Choudhury Md. Iqbal Mahmud2
Department of Burns and Plastic Surgery, Sir Salimullah Medical College
and Midfort Hospital, and City Hospital (Pvt.) Ltd, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Development as Empowerment
BIDS Roundtable Discussion
Jointly Organized with Naripokhkho - 5th November 2000
Women in Bangladesh
by : Jim Mullins and Alice Boatwright
Asia's women in agriculture, environment and
rural production (Sector wise development and inputs)
Abdullah, T. A. and Zeidenstein, S. A. 1982. Village Women of
Bangladesh: Prospects for Change, Pergamon Press, Oxford.
Globalisation, Export-Oriented Employment for Women and Social Policy: A
Case Study of India
by Jayati Ghosh
The Changing Face of Women in BangladeshJennifer Morris (MIA 2) is
concentrating in Economic and Political Development. She traveled to
Bangladesh in March with a group of SIPA students to evaluate the
micro-grant program of Trickle Up, a New York-based NGO.
Combating Trafficking of
Women and Chidlren: Bangladesh Perspective & Developing Partnership for
a Better Future
Ferdous Ara Begum
Joint Secretary, Ministry of Women & Children Affairs
Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh