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Via leveraging digital assets, private-public partnerships and simplifying bureaucracy, Bangladesh has made significant breakthroughs.
In response to COVID-19, South Asia must increase digitization, create integrated supply chains, ensure a green recovery and advance regional cooperation.
The Northern River Terrapin is thriving again, thanks to a team from Vienna Zoo and conservation activists in Bangladesh. Here’s how they achieved it.
Digitisation is important for growing economies, as part of their development drives, containing the right infrastructure. It is in governments’ interests and creates a happier citizenry ...
When COVID-19 hit, Bangladesh moved fast to digitalize education wherever possible – and this model has long-term benefits for emerging economies, too.
A PhD student from Cardiff University has looked at the impact of outside learning on the grades of school children in Bangladesh.
Insular attitudes to coronavirus will not work, says Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. We need a meaningful global compact to share burdens and responsibilities.
The economic shutdown sparked by COVID-19 threatens millions of livelihoods in Bangladesh - but there are reasons for optimism, too.
The country is growing rapidly due to smart use of technology to drive a digital transformation.
Garment industry workers are being displaced by automation, especially in Bangladesh. Here's how the industry can make sure no one is left behind.
Solar power is improving the lives of millions of people in places traditional grid electricity can’t reach.
From Greta Thunberg's rousing speech in Davos to the call for a better kind of capitalism.
The landless Oraon minority of northwest Bangladesh have traditionally earned a living labouring in local paddy fields, but are struggling as that work dries up due to water shortages.
Population growth, more intense rainfall and melting ice are likely to cause more frequent and severe floods.
Bangladesh hopes to lose its Least Developed Country classification within five years.