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27 Jan 2010
A project in rural Bangladesh provides farmers with training, data, and price information to help them maximize returns and increase the quality of produce.
9 Dec 2009
Local governments and NGOs come together to fight maternal and child mortality in Bangladesh.
31 Mar 2009
As attitudes about gender equality change in Bangladesh, ADB projects illustrate how women can be involved in new development opportunities.
30 Jan 2009
Dinajpur district residents have stopped defecating in the open because of the children's total sanitation campaign that follows a radical community-led approach.
31 Oct 2008
Asia’s older generation still recall barely surviving an epic storm and the famine that followed. The future is looking worrisome again with with stronger and more frequent calamities.
30 Sep 2008
Bangladesh's rural water sector has been flexing its muscle for years - its institutions trying to keep in shape to better manage water resources while ensuring that water needs of rural communities are met. Could they complete their transformation into stronger, more robust water institutions?
10 Mar 2008
Compressed natural gas has been around since the 1980s. Through an ADF-supported project, it has finally taken off in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
10 Mar 2008
The Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge—the most expensive and technically one of the most challenging transport infrastructure projects ever accomplished in Bangladesh—is a gateway to economic growth and prosperity for millions.
10 Mar 2008
Hope, confidence, progress, and peace of mind are just some of the benefits Bangladeshi women received from a rural livelihood project.