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Analysis of Fish Consumption and Poverty in Bangladesh
(Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, 2015-03-15)
Aquaculture has grown in leaps and bounds in the last couple of decades in Bangladesh. This is welcomed by most as increasing fish production is expected to contribute to enhancing food security in a country becoming more vulnerable by fragile fisheries ...
An Evaluation of the Activities of Grihayan Tahobil (Housing Fund)
(Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, 2018-09-30)
Basic human needs are the elements required for survival and normal mental and physical health, such as food, water, shelter, protection from environmental threats, and love. According to Social Progress Index-2016, Bangladesh performs best on nutrition ...
An Assessment on Coverage of Basic Social Services in Bangladesh
(Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, 2017-07-30)
Early childhood is a crucial stage of life in terms of a child’s physical, intellectual, emotional and social development. Early life nutrition is critical to health and productive life. The first 1,000 days start at conception and end at around 2 years ...
An Analysis of the Link Between Education and the First Demographic Dividend of Bangladesh
(Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, 2017-06-30)
The study attempts to examine the role of education in Bangladesh in the first demographic dividend, which is characterized by a youth bulge. The study contributes a novel argument to the literature on the estimation of the demographic dividend; the ...
Tracer Study of Graduates of Universities in Bangladesh
(Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, 2018-12-23)
The study analysis is largely based on quantitative research techniques. The study sample consists of AIF receiving universities and departments. To know the current employment status of graduates and assess their competencies from various perspectives ...
Impact Assessment of Solar Mini-grid, Solar Irrigation and Improved Cooking Stove Projects of IDCOL
(Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, 2020-06-30)
One of the major pathways towards sustained and higher economic growth is through providing access to electricity in rural poor population excluded from grid-electricity connection due to geographical barriers. Since 2010, the Infrastructure Development ...
BIDS Newsletter December 2019
(Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies, 2019-12-30)
Newsletter published by BIDS to help provide an insight into the research conducted by the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies.