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Expansion Plan of Programmatic Management of Drug Resistant TB (PMDT)

National TB Control Programme, Bangladesh, Eds.: World Health Organization WHO, Bangladesh, (2013)

Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for Quality Assurance of AFB Microscopy

National TB Control Programme, Bangladesh, Eds.: World Health Organization WHO, Bangladesh, (2013)

Ziehl-Neelsen & Fluorescence Methods. 2nd edition large File: 20 MB

HIV Country Profile: 2017 - Bangladesh

World Health Organization (WHO), (2017)

HIV Country Intelligence - HIV Country Profiles

Breast-Milk Substitutes (BMS) Rules 2017

Health Services Division of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare , Government of Bangladesh, (2017)

National Strategic Plan Public Private Mix in Tuberculosis (2016-2020)

National TB Control Programme (NTP), DGHS, MoHFW, (2016)

This 2016-2020 public-private mix strategic plan (PPM SP) is a 4-year framework designed to guide the National TB Control Programme (NTP) and its partners to implement PPM in Bangladesh. It provides goals, strategies and interventions for expanding and scaling up current PPM models and outlines approaches to further enhance and strengthen PPM coordination and partnerships among NTP, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and private health providers

National Strategy for Adolescent Health 2017-2030

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, (2016)

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare is committed to ensuring the effective implementation of this strategy, which will contribute to the overall wellbeing and health of all adolescent boys and girls of Bangladesh

Understanding the Lives of Caregivers of Children with Cerebral Palsy in Rural Bangladesh: Use of Mixed Methods

Maria A Zuurmond, Ilias Mahmud, Sarah Polack, Jenny Evans, Eds.: Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development Journal (DCIDJ), (2015)

This study aims to explore the impact on the lives of caregivers of children with cerebral palsy.

Monsoon Emergency Response Update - Rohingya Refugee Crisis, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh (8- 14 August 2018)

Inter Sector Coordination Group (ISCG), (2018)

During the reporting period no significant rainfall was recorded in Cox’s Bazar: this past week brought 29 mm of rain in comparison to 115.25 mm for the previous week. As expected, far fewer weather hazard incidents were recorded in the Rohingya camps: 69 individuals (16 HH) were affected by landslide and wind-storm incidents, versus 660 individuals (155 HH) affected the previous week by fire, flood, water-logging, landslide and wind-storm incidents. Taking advantage of the dry weather, relocation of families at high risk of landslide and flood continues; during the last two weeks a total of 963 individuals (236 HH) were relocated to Camp 4 Extension and Camp 20 Extension. Dry weather also allowed for increased risk mitigation activities.

Battling the Storm: Study on Cyclone Resistant Housing, 2nd ed.

Haq, Bashirul; Chattopadhayay-Dutt, Purnima , Eds.: Bangladesh Red Crescent Society , German Red Cross, (2007)

The coastal regions of Bangladesh are hit by cyclones regularly. The country has evolved, in the face of repetitious calamities, a disaster preparedness programme. The major response to cyclones has been the building of cyclone shelters, which also double as community centers and schools. While these cyclone shelters have proved to be useful, they are more in the nature of disaster management, that is, they are measures that come in useful particularly in the event of a cyclone. The approach of this study has been to look at existing houses and the process of building and maintaining these houses in the face of frequent cyclonic storms and storm surges, and gather information on shared knowledge and collective experiences of the people in all aspects of house building. The aim of this study is to find ways to make traditional structures more cyclone resistant and less prone to wind damage.

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