To discuss the issues and challenges of implementation of development projects, a workshop was organized by the Knowledge for Development Management (K4DM) Project of UNDP
UNDP is working for the communities that can recover from the impact of the crisis, adapt and transform to respond to new challenges and opportunities.
digital financial inclusion and literacy for extreme poor women such as Anzuara. Through SWAPNO, UNDP tested an e-payment
SDG-6, Clean Water and Sanitation. As part of the initiative, UNDP and Pureit, jointly launched the first ever “Safe Water Challenge” on finding solutions to safe water challenges in rural areas of Bangladesh
The Government of Bangladesh, together with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) launched a joint study
Sundarbans, world’s largest mangrove forest, is the only place where the Ganges river dolphins and Irrawaddy dolphins are found together. But these are now endangered mammals due to both natural and man-made causes
After three successful Digital Khichuri Challenge, an event was organized to share the learnings, challenges and finding the way forward. The winning teams from the past events presented the progress of their projects till to date

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162.9 million

Population

24.3%

Poverty rate

$1271

GNI per capita

0.57

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