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    • Innovation for universal health coverage in Bangladesh: a call to action 

      Adams, Alayne M.; Ahmed, Tanvir; El Arifeen, Shams E.; Evans, Timothy Grant; Huda, Tanvir M.; Reichenbach, Laura J.; Ahmed, Faruque S K; Ahmed, Shamim; Ahmed, Syéd Masud; Azad, Kishwar; Bhuiya, Abbas Uddin; Mahmood, Shehrin Shaila; Cash, Richard A.; Chen, Lincoln; Chowdhury, Mahbub Elahi Khan; Chowdhury, Ahmed Mushtaque Raza; Christou, Aliki; Halder, Shantana R.; Husain, Mushtuq Mushtaq; Islam, Mohammad Sirajul; Islam, Khaled Shamsul; Huq, Shireen; Hussain, Zakir; Mahmud, Simeen; Mallick, Fuad Hassan; May, Maria A.; Osman, Ferdous Arfina; Peters, David H.; Perry, Henry B.; Rabbani, Atonu; Rahman, Mijanur Aminur; Rahman, Mahmudur Ziaur; Rasheed, Sabrina; Rashid, Sabina F.; Al-Sabir, Ahmed; Standing, Hilary; Mahmud, Simeen (© 2013 The Lancet, 2013)
      A post-Millennium Development Goals agenda for health in Bangladesh should be defined to encourage a second generation of health-system innovations under the clarion call of universal health coverage. This agenda should ...
    • Reducing the health effect of natural hazards in Bangladesh 

      Mallick, Fuad Hassan; Cash, Richard A; Halder, Shantana R; Husain, Mushtuq; Islam, Md Sirajul; May, Maria A; Rahman, Mahmudur; Rahman, M Aminur (© 2013 Published by Elsevier Inc., 2013-11)
      Bangladesh, with a population of 151 million people, is a country that is particularly prone to natural disasters: 26% of the population are affected by cyclones and 70% live in flood-prone regions. Mortality and morbidity ...
    • Reducing the health effect of natural hazards in Bangladesh 

      Rahman, Mohammad Aminur; Mallick, Fuad Hassan; Cash, Richard A; Halder, Shantana R; Husain, Mushtuq; Islam, Md Sirajul; May, Maria A; Rahman, Mahmudur (© 2013 Published by Elsevier Inc., 2013-11)
      Bangladesh, with a population of 151 million people, is a country that is particularly prone to natural disasters: 26% of the population are affected by cyclones and 70% live in flood-prone regions. Mortality and morbidity ...
    • In support of urban adaptation: a participatory assessment process for secondary cities in Vietnam and Bangladesh 

      Rahman, Mohammad Aminur; McEvoy, Darryn; Ahmed, Iftekhar; Trundle, Alexei; Sang, Le Thanh; Diem, Nguyen Ngoc; Suu, Lam Thi Thu; Quoc, Tran Ba; Mallick, Fuad Hassan; Rahman, Rezaur; Mukherjee, Nandan; Nishat, Ainun (© 1996 Taylor & Francis Online, 2014-02-26)
      Vietnam and Bangladesh are countries already impacted by weather-related extreme events. Scientific modelling projections indicate that climate change, and changes to climate variability, will increase risks for both ...
    • Flood shelters in Bangladesh: some issues from the user's perspective 

      Rahman, Mohammad Aminur; Mallick, Fuad Hassan; Mondal, M. Shahjahan; Rahman, Rezaur
      Flood is an integral part of Bangladesh and so is the suffering of the people living in flood-prone areas. Unlike cyclone shelters, very few designated flood shelters exist in Bangladesh; this is because of the difference ...
    • Why is drawing important to research? 

      Kabir, Khondaker Hasibul
    • Adapting buildings to climate change 

      Mallick, Fuad Hassan; Mourshed, Monjur
      The interdependence and feedback between climate impacts mitigation and adaptation to the inevitable changes in climate are the key challenges for the built environment in the coming decades. These challenges are more ...
    • Information technology: marriage between it and social business-grameen intel social business ltd. 

      Nahiduzzaman, Kh Md; Munni, Sheikh Rubaiya Sultana
      Aiming to reduce infant mortality, improve the mother’s health, and help Bangladeshi rural farmers improve agricultural production, Grameen Intel Social Business Limited was formed in 2009 by Grameen Trust and Intel – ...