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Evolution of Development Assistance to Bangladesh: Part 1 (1970-2000)

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Bangladesh has managed to achieve tremendous progress in terms of economic and social development in the past 5 decades, currently enjoying an annual Gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate of 5.2%. After the independence war in 1971, many economists and development agencies were skeptical about the nation’s long-term viability, and Bangladesh was famously labeled the […]

How Dependent is Bangladesh on Development Aid?

In 2021, Bangladesh is not only a country that is home to more than 163 million nationals, with 1,265 people living per square kilometer, but it is also a country with an income per capita of $2,227. It is an economy that promises growth and development and possible graduation from its current Least Developed Country Status by […]

The Need for Robust Development Approaches in the Haor Region

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Bangladesh’s annual GDP growth rates of over 6% in the 2011-19 has led to higher disposable income and significant human development, especially for the rural population. Agriculture has been a key sector for Bangladesh in terms of poverty reduction in rural areas, with the sector being accountable for reducing 90% of poverty in Bangladesh between […]
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