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A Policy Audit of the NATIONAL EDUCATION BUDGET

  • Majority of the quality enhancing allocations are for changing and upgrading the system though allocation towards teachers training and encouraging science students are least prioritized
  • Despite of the policy targets to support children with special needs, and indigenous/ethnical population, no allocations found for printing books for children with special needs, books in ethnic languages, teachers development for the education of indigenous students.
  • Slow progression of many ADP projects are a concern. Many of these projects were supposed to be finished years earlier.
  • The problems in implementation in Bangladesh are not only linked to implementation capacities of the ministries, but they also reflect the practice of planning in isolation.


 

Measuring the willingness to pay for hazard-free e-waste management in Dhaka city, Bangladesh

Sarwar Uddin Ahmed, PhD

D.Net(Development Research Network), 2011

Working Paper  Series 40002

 

Abstract: 

Electronic waste is becoming a serious threat for our surrounding environment. We need integrated initiatives to fight this growing concern in Bangladesh. On this background, this paper is the second in the series, aimed at calculating the willingness to pay for hazard-free e-waste management system in Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh. Contingent Valuation Method (CVM) was used with direct face-to-face interview technique and
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Target of MDG to development of maternal health in Bangladesh: A review of BRAC achievement

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Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) has set a target to improve the maternal health by 2015. Bangladesh has significantly improved in maternal health since 2008 though it is a developing and poor country. Maternal health is related with poverty alleviation. BRAC has done a successful project by emphasized on poor and young women to improve the maternal health throughout Bangladesh since 2007. Awareness program on health by visiting house to house can help to reduce the maternal complicacy in Bangladesh. Access to health service in hospital and clinic are expensive in Bangladesh. Mid wives play important role to reduce the cost during the child birth at village level. How the successful experience of BRAC on maternal health can be applied in the other relevant fields have been focused. The following study has proved that Bangladesh can reach the given target by MDGs.

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Target of MDG to development of maternal health in Bangladesh: A review of BRAC achievement

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Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) has set a target to improve the maternal health by 2015. Bangladesh has significantly improved in maternal health since 2008 though it is a developing and poor country. Maternal health is related with poverty alleviation. BRAC has done a successful project by emphasized on poor and young women to improve the maternal health throughout Bangladesh since 2007. Awareness program on health by visiting house to house can help to reduce the maternal complicacy in Bangladesh. Access to health service in hospital and clinic are expensive in Bangladesh. Mid wives play important role to reduce the cost during the child birth at village level. How the successful experience of BRAC on maternal health can be applied in the other relevant fields have been focused. The following study has proved that Bangladesh can reach the given target by MDGs.

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