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Eminence Weekly E-newsletter

Issue No: 20181 | Date: 01-01-2018 


The word ‘Rohingya’ is very well known to almost everyone over the world. In the international area, several numbers of political tactics, war, diplomatic complexity and activities prevailing at present, rohingya issue is particularly sensitive among them. However, the name of Bangladesh is involved with this issue as a neighboring country of Myanmar from the very beginning. Eviction of Rohingyas from Myanmar and the massive wave of refugee arrivals in Bangladesh are not new. Since 1970 Rohingyas were started to come to Bangladesh from Myanmar. Since then, people from Rohingya community have shifted into four steps to this country and have been living here over the years. In 1990, more than 250,000 Rohingyas came to Bangladesh.

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Malnutrition is not letting the child mortality be stopped

So many children die every year in our country due to malnutrition. In most of the cases, children suffer from malnutrition because of their mothers suffered from it. Experts say, children suffer from malnutrition due to ignorance, unawareness, poverty and various reasons. According to ICDDRB, 42 percent of children under the age of 5 are suffering from malnutrition. In a British medical journal (2009) it has been said that 80 percent children and 40 percent pregnant women in Bangladesh are suffered from anemia. 

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Non Communicable Diseases in Bangladesh: Overview of Existing Programs 

Being a low income country, Bangladesh falls in the midst of an epidemiologic transition of non communicable diseases due to not getting proper food, nutrition and treatment to a large number of populations in this country whereas 30% populations live below poverty line here. Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are the most prominent cause of morbidity and mortality all over the world.

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Bangladesh Becoming Self Reliant in Food: Challenges and Overcome

Food security is one of the important measures of security and development for a country. Food security means ensuring the availability of having regular meals for three times a day with nutrition for all citizens in a country. According to the Article 15, Constitution of Bangladesh, “It is a fundamental responsibility of the Bangladesh state to attain, through planned economic growth, 

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Urban Health: A Massive Challenge in Bangladesh

Urbanization refers to a process through which population shifts from rural to urban areas. It is one of the leading global trends in this 21st century that has a significant impact to health. Cities or urban areas attract people usually, besides people are bound to migrate in the urban areas for seeking employment opportunities.

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United Nations Climate Change Conference 2017

The United Nations Climate Change Conferences are held in the framework of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) every year. Recently the UN Climate Change Conference 2017 was ended in Bonn, Germany from 6–17 November 2017. 23,000 representatives from 197 countries in the world participated in the 12-day conference. 

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Kalyani: A Role Model of ICT based women entrepreneur

Kalyani is an ICT based women entrepreneur service initiated to integrate women with the mainstream of development by using ICT. Kalyani started its journey on 17 September, 2016 through the partnership and support from the ICT Division of Bangladesh Government. 

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