a competition for Bangladeshi young changemakers for formulating solutions to make the digital space safer and more tolerant
As the gap in basic standards is narrowing, the next generation of inequalities is opening up, particularly around technology, education, and the climate crisis, HDR 2019 points out
Wage digitalisation also improved the likelihood of women to participate in household decisions related to spending and savings
About 22,836 hectares of crops were damaged by the November-10 cyclone, resulting in the loss of 72,200 tonnes of crops worth about Taka 263 crore (around $ 32 million)
We must change the narrative of rape, from blaming victims to holding the perpetrators accountable for using rape as a means to exert power and dominance over women
To overcome such challenges, merely inclusion is not enough, there must be integration and collaboration to ensure sustainable development
Forest and Climate Change is on the driving seat, a whole-of-society approach is required engaging all state and non-state actors to address this issue of biodiversity depletion

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162.9 million

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24.3%

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