Bangladesh hopes to lose its Least Developed Country classification within five years.
With a young and tech-savvy population, near double-digit growth and a modernizing, forward-facing economy, Bangladesh is open and ready for business, says the country's Prime Minister Sh...
Bangladesh has set a target of becoming a developed nation by 2041 to coincide with the platinum jubilee of its independence.
The growing strength of the ICT Industry underpins four vital pillars that will support Bangladesh’s transformation to a digital economy by 2021, and a knowledge economy by 2041.
Installing an automatic chlorine dispenser at shared community water points reduces rates of diarrhea in children, a new study in Bangladesh shows.
'Forecast-based funding', money in advance of an expected disaster, could help vulnerable people to avoid the worst losses, backers say.
Bags made from jute fibre - a longtime crop in Bangladesh - look and feel like plastic.
More and more western companies are outsourcing their IT, creating huge opportunities for a new generation of Bangladeshi freelancers - young people and women in particular.
In reviving their inland waterways, India and Bangladesh are set to improve trading abilities and encourage investments, all leading to increased development in the South Asian region.
Hard-to-reach island communities in Bangladesh can lack access to even the most basic healthcare, but floating hospital ships are helping to change that.
We must rise above the politics of doubt and accept that climate change leads to a fragile economy and risks human security, writes the prime minister of Bangladesh.
As coastal property crumbles into encroaching seas, villagers receive plots with fish ponds on a free lease to help them stay afloat.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution coincides with the period when Bangladesh transitions towards a developed country. By 2030, around half of Bangladesh will be living in urban areas. These...
In the face of devastating floods and cyclones, coastal communities in Bangladesh are experimenting with new ways to save lives and livelihoods.
Only a quarter of seats in US Congress and a fifth of Cabinet positions are held by women. Other countries show how quotas, commissions and role models can pave change, writes Madeleine H...