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Effects of BRAC Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Programme in improved sanitation: changes from baseline to midline survey
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2010-10)
To facilitate achieving national target of 1 00 percent sanitation in Bangladesh by the year 2013, BRAC Water. Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme has been working in 150 upazilas for improving water supply, sanitation ...
Comparative status of safe water use and hygiene practices in areas with and without NGO-Ied Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Programme
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2011-01)
More than 90% people in Bangladesh have access to improved water supply system, but arsenic is posing a threat to this achievement. Additionally, hygiene is considered as one of the challenging areas to deal in the ...
Revisiting Jamuna bridge resettlement areas: exploring livelihood status of the affected people
Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge (JMB) project was the first of its kind which incorporated resettlement activities facilitating livelihood restoration of the project affected people (PAP). This study was an endeavor to reveal ...
Agricultural practice and its relation to poverty and food security in selected river basins in Bangladesh: a situation analysis
Poverty and food security in the context of Bangladesh has become a major concern over time. While efforts have been intensified to increase crop yield through increased land use, using inorganic fertilizers, pesticides, ...