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Assesing needs and scopes of upgrading urban squatters in Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2005)
In almost all urban areas of developing countries squatter growth is a common phenomenon, characterized by filthy, dense, unhygienic and poorly-serviced human settlement, which can pose paramount threat to the discipline ...
A participatory approach to conservation: working with community to save the cultural hertiage of Panamnagar
(BRAC University, 2006)
Panamnagar is a unique township in Sonargaon thana of Narayanganj district of Bangladesh. It is stretched in a single street with street front houses on either side, which are of high architectural and archeological value. ...
The heritage of Shankharibazar: peoples participation in the conservation process to promote cultural tourism
(BRAC University, 2007)
Shankharibazar, the 300 years old urban settlement of Dhaka city was built during the Mughal period and the later part of the British rule. Most of the residents are specialist craftsmen who make 'Shankha' (a special kind ...