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Impact of maternal depressive symptoms and infant temperament on early infant growth and motor development: results from a population based study in Bangladesh
(© 2013 Journal of Affective Disorders, 2013-04-05)
Background: Evidence linking maternal depressive symptoms with infant's growth and development in low-income countries is inadequate and conflicting. This study investigated the independent effect of maternal perinatal ...
Role of handloom board to generate employment in rural area: a study of Enaitpur Thana in Sirajgonj
(BRAC University, 2013-03)
Rural non-farm development plays a key role in generating employment in many developing countries. In this regard handloom industry is one of the most important factors for the development of Bangladesh. There is a ...
The role of Solar Home System (SHS) in socio-economic development of rural Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2015-07-30)
This research is an attempt to measure the impacts of Solar Home Systems (SHSs) and their role in socio-economic development of rural Bangladesh. After a brief review of previous research works on SHS’s importance, ...
On the feasibility of IEEE 802.22 WRAN based broad band for rural Bangladesh: network and coverage planning
(BRAC University, 2016)
Wireless Regional Access Network (WRAN) is progressively turning into the center design for next rural and remote zone access networks throughout all over the world. In the process, WRAN, which saves money on consumption ...
Household teaching of oral rehydration therapy in rural Bangladesh
(© Journal of the Indian Medical Association, 1987-07)
Sanitation demand and supply situation in rural Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2015-12)
The long-term viability of sanitation producers in Bangladesh depends on their ability to meet the demands of consumers who intend to construct, improve or replace their toilets; providing flexible design and price options ...
Vitamin A supplementation program in rural Bangladesh
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 1994-12)
Illnesses and treatment among children in rural Bangladesh
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 1994-07)
Tetanus Toxoid coverage during pregnancy: evidence from rural Bangladesh
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 1994-10)
An investigation into the nature and determinants of maternal morbidity related to delivery and the puerperium in rural Bangladesh
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 1994-06)
It has been estimated that 99% of the world's maternal deaths (currently estimated to be about . 500,000 per annum) occur in developing countries. In Bangladesh, as in many other resource ·poor countries, the maternal ...