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    Ms. Nabeera Rahman, Member, UN youth advisory panel, speaking on the inaugural ceremony of World Population Day 2014 as a youth representative 2014-07-14 July 14, 2014

    Ms. Nabeera Rahman, Member, UN youth advisory panel, speaking on the inaugural ceremony of World Population Day 2014 as a youth representative.  In her speech she wished “imagine if in every government hospital, from national to grass root level, there are youth fri...More

    Midwives are key to a healthy and safe pregnancy and childbirth 2014-06-04 June 4, 2014

    Midwives can help avert some two thirds of all maternal and newborn deaths and half of newborn deaths, provided they are well-trained, well-equipped, well-supported and authorized. This slide show, created from photographs from Jhpiego shot in various countries, show that mi...More

    Survey 2011 mentioned that 87% of Bangladeshi women and girls experience sex and gender-based violence at least once in their life time - a recent study jointly conducted by Government and UNFPA. 2014-04-30 April 30, 2014

    Violence against women (VAW) is a global phenomenon, to the deep dismay of the citizens in both developed and developing countries. Bangladesh has the eighth largest population in the world, with an estimated 75 million female citizens. The past decade has been a period o...More

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