http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter2014-04-17T23:32:58.509ZPress CenterAdobe CQSharing development ideas with the South firstname.lastname@example.orgIn line with the inevitable global shift towards emerging South, Bangladesh has made a timely call for better sharing of ideas and Information on development successes among the Southern nations at the first High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership that ended in Mexico on Wednesday, April 16.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/04/17/sharing-development-ideas-with-the-south-2014-04-17T13:45:45.992Z2014-04-17T13:45:45.992Z2nd phase of Mainstreaming Migration Projectnoemail@noemail.orgkawser.mohammadThe International Organization for Migration (IOM) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in collaboration with the Government of Bangladesh, organised the launch of the 2nd phase of the ‘Global Joint Programme on Mainstreaming Migration into National Development Strategies' at the Hotel Purbani in Dhaka. The programme is supported by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and jointly implemented by IOM-UNDP globally. http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/04/17/2nd-phase-of-mainstreaming-migration-project2014-04-17T14:01:50.261Z2014-04-17T14:01:50.261ZBook on social protection email@example.comA launching ceremony of the book titled ‘Social Protection in Bangladesh: Building Effective Social Safety Nets and Ladders out of Poverty’ was held on April 16, 2014 at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC). The book launching event was organised jointly by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), University Press Limited (UPL), Power and Participation Research Centre (PPRC), and Brooks World Poverty Institute (BWPI), University of Manchester.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/04/16/book-on-social-protection-launched2014-04-17T14:15:59.987Z2014-04-17T14:15:59.987ZUZGP, UPGP attracts hundreds at Gender Fair firstname.lastname@example.orgHundreds of enthusiastic visitors including university teachers, students, government officials, gender and women development activists, members of the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and NGOs flocked to the stall jointly set up by Upazila Governance Project (UZGP) and Union Parishad Governance Project (UPGP) in a Gender Fair in Begum Rokeya University campus in Rangpur on April 8-10, 2014.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/04/10/uzgp-upgp-attracts-hundreds-at-gender-fair-2014-04-17T14:44:01.546Z2014-04-17T14:44:01.546Z Effective judicial reforms require hard email@example.comA civil case was filed in a Dhaka Court on November 30, 1998. The case was finally disposed on January 30, 2011, 12 years and two months after 104 dates of appearance including dates for pre-trial, trial and post-trial due to the existing adversarial trial system in Bangladesh. In a recent baseline survey of UNDP’s Judicial Strengthening Project, it was revealed that on an average the civil case disposal duration is 5.3 years and for criminal case is 3.7 years. The land or property related cases constitute the majority of civil cases (40.7 per cent). http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/02/20/-effective-judicial-reforms-require-hard-facts2014-04-16T06:57:30.832Z2014-04-16T06:57:30.832ZMapping the way forward for South-Southnoemail@noemail.orgkawser.mohammadEver since the world came to recognize the inevitable rise of the once impoverished Asia and Latin America in the global trade and development setup, South-South has become a global buzzword. http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/02/06/mapping-the-way-forward-for-south-south2014-02-10T12:33:06.546Z2014-02-10T12:33:06.546ZUZGP tackles upazila level firstname.lastname@example.orgManjuara Khatun’s nightmare started last year when her husband lost his legs in a sudden traffic road accident. The injury rendered him unable to work thus throwing her world upside down.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/01/16/uzgp-tackles-upazila-level-poverty2014-01-21T07:52:28.899Z2014-01-21T07:52:28.899ZDelivering health and saving email@example.comRemote areas report show disproportionately higher rates of maternal death than urban areas http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/01/09/delivering-health-and-saving-lives2014-01-12T04:56:20.037Z2014-01-12T04:56:20.037ZUNRC shares disaster management firstname.lastname@example.org“Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries of the world due to a combination of several factors such as the Himalayans and Climate Change induced unpredictable river flows from the northern side, rising Bay of Bengal and salinity intrusion from the southern side, extremely dense population, and 50 million people living in poverty and another 20-30 million people are just above the poverty,” said Mr. Neal Walker, the UN Resident Coordinator during his visit to CDMP on Tuesday, December 31, 2013. He was accompanied by Mr. Nick Beresford, CD a.i., UNDP; Mr. Tarik-ul-Islam, ACD, UNDP and Mr. Mohammad Sifayet Ullah, Programme Analyst, UNDP.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/31/unrc-shares-disaster-management-ideas2014-01-12T05:54:17.302Z2014-01-12T05:54:17.302Za2i unveils new email@example.comAt a casual program arranged on 30 December, 2013 at the Prime Minister’s Office, the Access to Information (a2i) Program unveiled a new logo. Mr. Kabir Bin Anwar, Project Director of a2i and Director General (Administration),Prime Minister’s Office handed over the check of BDT- 1 Lakh for the logo design competition to the winner Jahir Uddin Zummon.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/30/a2i-unveils-new-logo2014-01-12T05:13:49.936Z2014-01-12T05:13:49.936ZBangladesh’s role in the emerging Southnoemail@noemail.orgkawser.mohammadIn March of last year, UNDP published its annual flagship publication ‘Human Development Report’ for the 2013 which was quite aptly was named “The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World”.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2014/01/30/bangladesh-s-role-in-the-emerging-south2014-01-13T06:05:02.404Z2014-01-13T06:05:02.404ZJUST to expand beyond pilot firstname.lastname@example.orgIn addition to the project’s existing three pilot districts-Dhaka, Kishoreganj and Rangamati, JUST will be expanded in another three district locations in 2014 namely Rajshai, Rangpur and Commilla. The Hon’ble Chief Justice of Bangladesh as well as the chair of the Project Steering Committee (PSC) of Judicial Strengthening Project (JUST) Mr. Justice Md. Muzzammel Hossain announced this decision and approved it during the 3rd PSC meeting held on December 15 and December 23, 2013.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/23/just-to-expand-beyond-pilot-districts2014-01-12T05:30:08.026Z2014-01-12T05:30:08.026ZParliament Committee documentation processes email@example.comThe Honourable Speaker to the Parliament of Bangladesh, Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, on December 9, 2013 endorsed a number of Parliamentary Committee-specific Templates, the aim of which is to standardize the handling of documentation and records within the Parliamentary Standing Committees.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/19/parliament-committee-documentation-processes-reformed2014-01-12T06:46:51.815Z2014-01-12T06:46:51.815ZA right to a firstname.lastname@example.orgDolly, who thinks she is 45 and has three daughters, used to worry about walking from her house to the nearest latrine. “We had to walk 25 minutes to go to the next latrine," she said "So I would not go nor would I let my daughters go at night. It was too far to walk in the dark and I did not want anything to happen to them. As long as it was dark, they had to hold it,” she said.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/19/a-right-to-a-toilet2014-01-20T06:20:03.514Z2014-01-20T06:20:03.514ZCase management seminar email@example.comA day long Case Management Seminar was organized by Judicial Strengthening project (JUST) on 13 December 2013 with the participation of all the judges of the High Court and Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. The objective of the workshop was to share knowledge, experience and views about the case management mechanism of the High Court Division and Swat Analysis of its strengths and weakness with a view to identify the deficiencies and impediments.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/13/case-management-seminar-held2014-01-12T06:10:19.662Z2014-01-12T06:10:19.662ZTowards Judicial Reforms in Bangladesh firstname.lastname@example.orgFor the first time in the history of Bangladesh, the Judicial Strengthening Project (JUST) of UNDP placed the judicial reform agenda before the Supreme Court Special Committee for Judicial Reforms (SCSCJR) chaired by the Chief Justice. This is an unprecedented development as SCSCJR has also principally agreed to all the reform proposals on incremental basis.
http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/12/towards-judicial-reforms-in-bangladesh-2014-01-12T09:03:00.607Z2014-01-12T09:03:00.607ZUPGP Trains 196 UP Secretaries and UISC Entrepreneurs on MISnoemail@noemail.orgkawser.mohammadThe UNDP-supported Union Parishad Governance Project (UPGP) last month has provided a two-day training to 196 Union Parishad (UP) Secretaries and Union Information and Service Centre (UISC) entrepreneurs on Management Information System (MIS) in Brahmanbaria district.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/12/upgp-trains-196-up-secretaries-and-uisc-entrepreneurs-on-mis2014-01-12T09:21:10.857Z2014-01-12T09:21:10.857ZBangladesh showcases sweeping public service reforms at global email@example.com://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/12/02/bangladesh-showcases-sweeping-public-service-reforms-at-global-meet2013-12-02T16:26:08.709Z2013-12-02T16:26:08.709ZViolence against women is not acceptable and can be prevented UNDP calls for renewed efforts to end gender-based firstname.lastname@example.orgEvery year, at least two million women and girls are trafficked into prostitution, forced slavery, and servitude. Up to 60 percent of women experience some form of physical or sexual abuse during their lifetime.http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/pressreleases/2013/11/25/violence-against-women-is-not-acceptable-and-can-be-prevented-undp-calls-for-renewed-efforts-to-end-gender-based-violence2013-11-26T08:56:36.686Z2013-11-26T08:56:36.686ZDRR for Narayanganj City Corporation email@example.comWith its rapid economic development, Narayanganj city is becoming highly vulnerable to human induced and natural hazards, particularly earthquakes, fires and water logging etc. In 2011, with funds from UNDP BCPR, Early Recovery Facility (ERF) supported multi-hazard vulnerability atlas for Narayanganj Municipality. http://www.undp.org/content/bangladesh/en/home/presscenter/articles/2013/11/17/drr-for-narayanganj-city-corporation-formalized2013-11-24T08:22:17.203Z2013-11-24T08:22:17.203Z