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Two short consumption modules were piloted in Bogra and Sirajganj (Bangladesh) in May-June 2012 as part of the Global MICS5 Pilot. This paper aims at validating this exercise and assessing the accuracy and reliability of the consumption estimates...
Despite the acknowledged importance and large scale of rural-urban migration in many developing countries, few studies have compared education outcomes of migrants to those for people born in the city. This paper uses recent data from Dhaka,...
Children living in urban slums in Dhaka, Bangladesh, often have poor access to school and attend different types of school than students from middle class households. This paper asks whether their experiences in school also disadvantage them further...
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in South Asia and are effective job creators and income generators. In addition, SMEs play a key role in poverty reduction and inclusive economic growth. However, SMEs in the subregion often face considerable...
  • 13 Dec 2011
  • United Nations Development Programme
  • Pages: 114
This report presents an independent evaluation managed by the Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Bangladesh in 2010. It assesses UNDP’s overall contribution to the development of the country over the most recent...
  • 25 Jan 2005
  • Tom de Bruyn
  • Pages: 95
More than 1 million Bangladeshis live permanently outside the country and some 200,000 or more leave the country every year to work elsewhere. Most of these migrants send part of their earnings home on a regular or irregular basis. This report takes...
  • 13 Nov 2017
  • United Nations
Response to the United Nations national accounts questionnaire from the Bureau of Statistics, Dhaka.
Agreement between the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh concerning financial cooperation in 2011. Dhaka, 7 November 2012
Financing Agreement (Health Sector Development Program) between the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and the International Development Association (with schedules, appendix and International Development Association General Conditions for Credits and...
Financing Agreement (Identification System for Enhancing Access to Services Project) between the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and the International Development Association (with schedules, appendix and International Development Association General...
Financing Agreement (Char Development and Settlement Project IV (CDSP IV)) between the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and the International Fund for Agricultural Develop-ment (with schedules and General Conditions for Agricultural Development...
Financing Agreement (Private Sector Development Support Project) between the People's Republic of Bangladesh and the International Development Association (with schedules, appendix and International Development Association General Conditions for...
Financing Agreement (Third Primary Education Development Program) between the People's Republic of Bangladesh and the International Development Association (with schedules, appendix and International Development Association General Conditions for...
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