In recent years, Bangladesh has taken major strides towards its progress in attaining hundred percent enrollment of school going children and reducing the dropout rate, particularly for girl students. Despite this, there still remain pockets of impoverished settlements
Despite recent achievements, the maternal mortality ratio in Bangladesh is still one of the highest in the world. It is more pronounced in the eastern and coastal regions of Bangladesh, areas known to be culturally more conservative and having poor access roads and communication.
PRODIP considers gender and Women’s empowerment as not only a cross-cutting issue, but a prime theme and has devised different interventions both at the national and sub-national level to engage Women MPs and Women leaders in direct democracy initiatives. Besides engaging
Bangladesh is considered as one of the most susceptible countries in the world in terms of its vulnerability to climatic manifestations which includes both short-term and long-term impacts of climate change. Natural disaster and environmental degradation including floods and cyclones