The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time. Since its emergence late last year, the virus has spread to every continent except Antarctica.
Future of Work (FoW) for Bangladesh as automation, artificial intelligence, fourth industrial revolution and other trends, such as the shift to a circular economy, threaten existing jobs in key industries such as garments and textiles.
The waste is posing serious health threats to municipal cleaners, a key group of frontliners who have been for years looked down upon both professionally and socially.
3000 marginalized Dalit and Plainland Indigenous families, those are hardly hit by the coronavirus pandemic, received food support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with HEKS/EPER and Gram Bikash Kendra (GBK).
Initiatives to ensure remote education for the students. Separate initiatives have been taken for four educational streams
I know, waste collection during highly infectious pandemic is very risky, but I took that risk to stop the spread of this deadly virus in my municipality and community.
This pandemic is telling us to entirely rethink development. This will require unlearning many of the old ways and adopting brand new approaches that make humankind more equal, inclusive and responsible towards each other and the planet

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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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