Publications

  1. Madarbari Unnayan Barta is a newsletter published from LRP (Local Rights Programme) 41 of ActionAid Bangladesh, Chittagong.
  2. ‘Getting to Good- Towards Responsible Corporate Tax Behavior’ is a discussion paper examining why and how approaching tax responsibility beyond legal compliance benefits companies and the developing...
  3. ‘Climate Resilient Sustainable Agriculture Handbook’ (জলবায়ু সহনশীল টেকসই কৃষি নির্দেশিকা) has been developed to enhance the understanding on the issues concerning sustainable agriculture, and...
  4. A Policy Forum on Sustainable Production and Consumption was held in August 2016 in ChittagongOrganized jointly by ActionAid Bangladesh (AAB) and the Institute of Informatics and Development (IID)....
  5. The Report, Next Generation 2015 and Beyond, was jointly commissioned by ActionAid Bangladesh, British Council and the University of Liberal Arts of Bangladesh and jointly authored by...
  6. The report details women’s experience of urban public transport in Bangladesh, Brazil and Nigeria, and how lost tax revenues can pay to improve it.
  7. This publication is based on the outcomes of the Community Based Adaptation 10 (CBA10) conference and has been compiled from the notes taken by the session chairs and respective rapporteurs. The...
  8. The Policy Forum titled ‘Empowering Youth’ was organised in association with Institute of Informatics and Development (IID) in Khulna. The objective was to create an open and conducive environment...
  9. The Women’s Resilience Index (WRI) is a tool through which resilience of a community is measured from women’s perspective. The objective of the index is to help make informed development intervention...
  10. The annual report of ActionAid Bangladesh of 2015 captures the stories of the youth across ActionAid and its partners in respect to the programme, campaigns, policy advocacy, and solidarity movements...
  11. Transparency is one of the core principles at ActionAid. Our Accountability, Learning and Planning System (ALPS) promotes and upholds transparency in every action we take involving stakeholders at...
  12. The infobook (in Bengali and English) entails the employment situation and health rights of persons with disabilities in Bangladesh.  Hopefully, the publication will create mass awareness among...
  13. This is the preliminary findings of the 3rd follow-up survey on the status of rehabilitation and reintegration of the survivors and the families of deceased, and a critical reflection on the changes...
  14. Happy Homes offer the girls safe and loving shelter, link them up with mainstream education and build their capacity through different skill trainings so that the girls can survive independently when...
  15. The purpose of the study was to explore the status of Teacher Education Programme regarding inclusive education for children with disabilities in Bangladesh. The study shows, there are a few...
  16. The training manual is expected to facilitate trainings targeted to enhance caregiving skills people require in meeting therapeutic needs of children living with disabilities in Bangladesh. We hope...
  17. The Next Generation research series intends to bring the opinions and perspectives of young people in Bangladesh to the forefront of policy debates. The 2015 report, commissioned by the British...
  18. The first ever ‘Water Museum’ in Asia is located in Bangladesh’s coastal district Patuakhali. ‘Water Museum’ may sound too futuristic for 2014. Has water become so scarce that we have to preserve it...
  19. Year 2014 marked the completion of a 3-decade long development intervention of AAB. Striving to deliver on the promises, AAB team witnessed a year full of action in 2014, much of which was...
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