This is how Dhaka can restore its river ecosystems

The rivers in Dhaka, Bangladesh 'are an integral part of the lives of its inhabitants'. Image: UNSPLASH/Theodore Goutas

Sayef Tanzeem Qayyum

Regional Lead for 2030 Water Resources Group managing country programs in Bangladesh, Vietnam and Pakistan, World Bank

Ahmed Shawky

Senior Water Resources Specialist, World Bank


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