The beneficiary of these housing units will be identified through a rigorous selection process following approved guidelines that consider the household income, the number of dependents
Bangladesh is one of the top five populated nations in low-lying coastal areas that is recognised as a developing and newly industrialised country
The NDC update aims to provide further detail on Bangladesh's actions to tackle its growing emissions and play its role in global efforts to address climate change
The private, public and development sectors have to work hand in hand and invest in the youth for Bangladesh to achieve the national goal of becoming a developed nation by 2041
With financial support from the Government of Sweden and technical assistance from UNDP, SWAPNO improves rural women’s human capital
Ahead of COP26, Anir Chowdhury argues that others should not wait for developed nations to take historic steps to address climate change. Instead, they should turn to their own determination, innovation and technology partnerships.
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.

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162.9 million

Population

24.3%

Poverty rate

$4,976

GNI per capita (2017 PPP $)

0.632

Human Development Index

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