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Accelerating Equitable E-Learning in Bangladesh

While the pandemic had an adverse impact on learning and equity, it also provided an opportunity to rethink the way students are educated. To explore this, the UNDP Accelerator Lab joined hands with…  


COP26: Climate justice is the strident war cry of young activists in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, young activists are demanding climate justice for their people who are some of the worst affected in the world by rising extreme weather events, such as cyclones and floods. All eyes…  


Mitu, Hasina and Jamila, the champions of women’s empowerment

With financial support from the Government of Sweden and technical assistance from UNDP, SWAPNO improves rural women’s human capital, livelihoods and living conditions to make them resilient against…  


The future of Bangladesh’s new frontier cities

With over 44,500 people per square kilometre, Dhaka is one of the world's most crowded cities. Located in the middle of the country  

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