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Impact of changing bridal selection criteria on women's empowerment in Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2013)
A woman I girl is usually it burden for it family in our country.Generally no mother or father feels happy if they give birth of a baby girl.Then and then they start to do worry for the baby if it is not have fair skin ...
A study of co-operative floodplain aquaculture: Daudkandi model
(BRAC University, 2011-03)
Union parishad and poverty reduction strategies at the local level: A study of governance failure
(BRAC Development Institute (BDI), BRAC University, 2010-10)
Barriers of women entrepreneurs in Bangladesh
(BRAC University, 2010-08)
Impact of market oriented maize cash crop production on house-hold food security: Bangladesh perspective
(BRAC University, 2016-08)
Farming households from some parts of Bangladesh have increasingly been taking up maize production through efforts of a development project called Katalyst as there is huge demand in the national market for maize grains ...
Climate change and urban resilience: a study on the city of Dhaka
(BRAC University, 2018-09)
Among all Asian cities, Dhaka is the most vulnerable to climate change impacts having lower adaptive capacity, higher exposure and higher sensitivity. For its huge urban poor population a variable and unpredictable climate ...
Accessing to the contraception among educated urban youth
(BRAC University, 2018)
Every year, a significant segment of population is entering into adult life in Bangladesh; this population is vulnerable to their overall reproductive health. Bangladesh does not have any nationally representative data, ...
Women’s decision making from men’s view: a perception analysis from the city of Dhaka
(Brac University, 2018-12)
The ability of women to make decisions that affect the personal circumstances of their own lives is an essential aspect of empowerment and serves as an important contributor to women’s overall welfare. There has been ...
Prolonged digital screen effect on preschool children: an analysis from the perception of parents of Dhaka
(Brac University, 2018)
Availability of devices with display screen are increasing rapidly even in developing countries like Bangladesh. Little or no concern is usually given to regulate a healthy guidelines for children’s device use. Parents are ...
Residents perception of green spaces for urban sustainability: a case study in Dhaka city
(BRAC University, 2018-09)
Urban green space reduces noise pollution and improves air quality in the cities and thus, contributes to urban sustainability. The concept of urban sustainability is gaining attention to the city side stakeholders across ...