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Knowledge sharing is essential for continuous development

The objective of the workshop to present the achievements of K4DM project so far since its inception for review and to share the proposed activities to be implemented in the next extended period  


Including persons with disability in disaster management and climate change adaptation

Persons with disability are as much a part of society as the rest of us, and when it comes to disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation, they cannot and should not be left behind.  


Bringing change through people’s participation

People’s participation in such meetings is making local government’s activities transparent and helping the institutions establish good governance  


UNDP and Norway seal a deal to promote peace and harmony in Cox’s Bazar

The agreement is a part of UNDP’s PTIB project, which promotes diverse and constructive narratives in support of tolerance  


NRBs to accelerate Bangladesh’s development towards middle income country

Engaging non-resident bangladeshis (nrbs) in development process of bangladesh has become a paramount importance in recent years.  


Government and UNDP join hands to implement US$ 3.3m project for promoting environment friendly and energy efficient technology

Highly global warming refrigerant, HFC-134a, will be replaced with the environment-friendly and energy efficient alternative HC-600a(isobutane).  


UNDP launches month long waste cleaning campaign in Teknaf

A month-long waste cleaning campaign in nine wards of the Teknaf Municipality  


Digital Khichuri Challenge for peaceful and inclusive society, accelerating the progress on SDGs

Team ‘Pothikrit’ won the first prize of $5000 for their innovate idea of using online gaming and superhero theme for stopping fake news.  


Reducing climate vulnerability in coastal areas

It is essential to ensure effective knowledge-sharing and empower all stakeholders.  


Remove the policy and social barriers in women’s economic empowerment to achieve SDGs

Although women in Bangladesh have made significant strides across major spheres, their participation in economic activities is still very low  

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