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.
“REVIVE”, a project that will respond to the Covid-19 affected Cottage, Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (CMSMEs) sectors of Bangladesh.
Bangladesh ratified the Montreal Protocol in 1987 and since then took lots of credible actions and achieved remarkable progress for successfully phase out of ODS
Practising effective coping mechanism in this time not only strengthens the individual but also strengthens families and communities to weather the many storms they have to face.
Using hydroponics method to grow grass for the last month. Many farmers are also crowding around to see this way of growing grass without soil or land.
While covid-19 is undoubtedly at its heart a health crisis ,Women are also in inferior positions in the labour market on average, and therefore more likely to bear the brunt of the economic fallout.
This is the decade of action. The pandemic, and its impact underscore the need for serious implementation of the SDGs. There are issues such as urban poverty, gender-based violence and rural supply chain disruption that need attention. Most importantly, social safety and security must be ensured as citizens should feel protected during and after the pandemic

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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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