Hailed as a case study in poverty reduction, Bangladesh has much to teach us about new approaches to sustainable development that are fit for today's world.
South Asia has an opportunity to build back better – and achieve the SDGs – through regional cooperation, the new services economy and a green recovery.
Bangladesh's emissions are minimal compared to developed nations, but plans to build new coal plants will likely cause the country to miss current climate goals.
The capital city of Dhaka in central Bangladesh is currently the fourth-least livable city in the world. Here's how it can clean up its vital river systems.
Some teachers found that the pandemic pushed them to problem-solve and do things differently. We need to encourage innovation by giving them more agency.
Despite natural disasters, climate change and a refugee crisis Bangladesh is tackling food insecurity with urban agriculture, fairer trade and sustainable fisheries
Bangladesh is globally recognized for increasing access to educational opportunities for girls, but most women still can't transition into good jobs.
The school, which was founded by Mohammed Faruque and his late younger brother Omar, is inspiring refugees in Bangladesh and teaching them photography.
Bangladesh's already strongly performing economy will be helped by the drive to digitize payments for workers in the crucial ready-made garment sector
The Bangladesh government is now encouraging farmers to grow corn, because its strong reliability as a crop can improve financial security.
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.