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An older woman from Bangladesh in Cox Bazar looking into the camera.
Poor households headed by women spend a higher share of their budgets on protecting their families from worsening floods, storms and other impacts of global warming
Thomson Reuters Foundation,
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This study assesses the percentage of climate expenditure as a share of household income and expenditure in climate-vulnerable regions of Bangladesh, based on primary data. In particular, it investigates adaptation expenditure by rural households.
International Institute for Environment and Development Kingston University London United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters
School girls walking in a road in Bangladesh
A growing flood of Bangladeshi children are seeing their education end permanently as they flee climate impacts for urban slums
Thomson Reuters Foundation,
Bangladesh needs to gradually transition to regenerative agriculture to curb the impacts of environmental and climate vulnerabilities to ensure food security for a growing population. The most viable and holistic solution is regenerative agriculture.
Business Standard Ltd
The cover shows a Bangladeshi women smiling into the camera dressed in traditional clothes.
This publication portrays stories from communities acting early ahead of floods to protect their lives, assets and livelihoods in Bangladesh. It provides insights into how the government’s capacity to tackle the impact of the monsoon flood has increased.
Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere - International Secretariat Concern Worldwide Oxford Policy Management Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System for Africa and Asia, the
Indian farmer getting trained on the computer
A new platform will unite climate models, impact predictions, random control trial evaluations, and humanitarian services to bring cutting-edge tools to Bangladeshi communities.
MIT News, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
This paper attempts to establish an evidence base for the effectiveness of child-centred adaptation actions.
International Institute for Environment and Development
Flooding from the Padma river
The Bangladeshi municipality of Pangsha has become the 1,000th member of MCR2030, a global partnership of local governments committed to strengthening their disaster resilience.
Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030)
Dhaka, Bangladesh: The Buriganga river is always busy with wooden boats and passenger ferries.
Bangladesh and the Netherlands are both situated in low-lying lands, making them prone to floods. As a result, both countries have found benefits in cooperation around flood control and water management.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Regional Office for Asia and Pacific
The government of Bangladesh and the World Bank today signed a $120 million financing agreement to help increase the incomes of 170,000 poor people vulnerable to climate change.
World Bank, the