Depleting forest resources left them in crisis and UNDP Bangladesh is working to help them adapt alternative livelihoods
The burden of around 3.3 million pending cases was hampering access to justice, especially for the marginalised and poor
UNDP and UNHCR install rain gauges in landslide-prone areas of the Rohingya refugee sites to provide real-time information during the monsoon season
The focus of the workshop was on the role of religious leaders and actors in Bangladesh in the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 16 on building just, peaceful and inclusive societies.
digital financial inclusion and literacy for extreme poor women such as Anzuara. Through SWAPNO, UNDP tested an e-payment
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
The team met a group of vulnerable women and learned about how the women are becoming the change makers and fighting climate change with support from UNDP and SIDA.

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162.9 million

Population

24.3%

Poverty rate

$1271

GNI per capita

0.57

Human Dev. Index

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