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Service experiences in hospitals in Bangladesh: are there gender inequities?
(© Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2010)
Purpose – The disparities faced by women, especially in Bangladesh, have a long and contentious history. From education and employment to health care and other social products, the marginalization of women has been stark. ...
Impact of flooding on feeding practices of infants and young children in Dhaka, Bangladesh Slums: what are the coping strategies?
(© 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2010)
Previous research has shown that urban slums are hostile environments for the growth of infants and young children (IYC). Flooding is a hazard commonly found in Dhaka slums (Bangladesh) which negatively impacts IYC's ...
Availability and rational use of drugs in primary healthcare facilities following the National Drug Policy of 1982: is Bangladesh on right track?
(BRAC Research and Evaluation Division (RED), 2010)
In Bangladesh, the National Drug Policy (NDP) 1982 was instrumental in improving the supply of essential drugs of quality at an affordable price, especially in the early years. However, over time, evidence showed that the ...
Understanding alternative dispute resolution for the rural women in Bangladesh: Some illustrations from BRAC HRLS rogram
During the last decade, Alternative Disputes Resolution (ADR) gained enormous currency in the rural development arena as an informal justice institution in Bangladesh, and BRAC’s HRLS Program has contributed in the domain ...
How much can asset transfers help the poorest? The Five Cs of community-level development and BRAC’s ultra-poor program
(Brooks World Poverty Institute, 2010-10)
We develop a framework for assessing community-level development programs, building upon five related elements that are centrally important: confidence, cohesion, capacity, connections and cash (the five ‘Cs’). We use this ...