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    Case Studies

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    Case Study of Wahid reintegration to family

    Wahid, 13 years old, Chapai Nawab Ganj, boy was a student of R. A. High School at the class of seventh. In the family life he was the younger among 2 brothers and one sister. His elder brother was at class 10 and sister was a student of class nursery….

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    At Last Street Child Faisal found the correct Street

    Child Faisal, brought up 5no Ghat Fish Bazar area. He was living with his step farther and there he was tortured by his father. Faisal was unable to go to school due to torture. After a long time he was unable to stay at home. So he left home and started to stay at railway station. The cause for which Faisal stated to involve with bad company. …..

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    Stop Child Marriage: Case Study of Anita Dey

    Anita Dey a 13 years old girl. She is a student of class 5. She lives at PablaBanik Para area, which is under the Daulatpur Thana. Her living area is under 5 no ward. There Anita lives with her family. Her parents was extreme poor. Her mother Krishna Rani Dey works at “Chanacur Factory” and her father is paralyzed…..

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    Stressed aquifers and water scarcity in peri urban Hogladanga village

    Hogladangavillage is located in the urban fringe or peri-urban areas of Khulna city around eight kilometersfrom the citycentre. It is a village of JalmaUnion under Batiaghata Upazila. According to the 2011 Census report of Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS), 237 households live in this village……..

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    Active CPP Member Pipasa Begum

    Mrs Pepasa Begum was born in 1980 at Boghi Satgor village in Southkhali Union under Sharankhola Upazila of Bagerhat District. She was 37 years old. Her father name is Abdul Halim Khondaker and mother is Anowara Begum. Her father is a freedom fighter. She has 01 brother and 02 sisters. Her qualification is class eight. She got married in 1997 of 17 years old……

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    Impact of solid waste dumping and waste water inclusion inPeri-Urban Areas of Khulna City- Acase study on Rajbandh and Chawk Ahsan Khali Village

    Khulna is the third largest metropolitan city situated in the south-western part of Bangladesh experiencing a rapid growth in peri-urban areas. Climate Change and rapid growth of urbanization are the main causes of water crisis in peri-urban communities…….

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    Necessity of Participatory Water management plan for Tentultala Village

    Tentultala Villageis situated approximately 10 kilometers from Khulna City under Jalma union parisad of Batiaghata upazila in Khulna district. Jalmaunion is big compared to many other unionsin Bangladesh and it consists of 33 villages like Tentultala……..

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    Shahida Begum, A Women who struggles and survives against destructive river erosion

    Bangladesh is known as the ‘land of rivers’ and major rivers that flow through Bangladesh are Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna with a complex network of 230 rivers including 57 international trans-boundary rivers. Due to its geographical Location, Bangladesh is most vulnerable to several natural disasters. Every year natural climates upset people’s lives in some part of the country. ……

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    Untold Story of a Confident Women, who always struggles for Secured and Happier Life

    Jamalpur district lies on the bank of the most treacherous river Brahmaputra. Due to its adverse weather and geographical condition, it is an area of perennial floods and every year some parts of the Jamalpur district is flooded. Some parts of this district are more vulnerable than others due to their geographical location……

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    LakiAkter;Survival Strategies of a Pioneer Women against Hazardous Flood and Riverbank Erosion

    Flood and Riverbank Erosion is the common natural hazardsof Bangladesh. Every year, huge portion of people are seriously affected by riverbank erosion that destroys standing crops, farmland and homestead land. It is estimated that about 5% of the total floodplain of Bangladesh is directly affected by riverbank erosion. ……

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    Dreams for a Better and Secured Life

    Kulsum Begum a self-employed women once lead a happy life but worsening river erosion and continuous flooding has displaced her family several times. She was born in 1957 in Katiamari Char of Islampur Upazila under Jamalpur District. She was the eldest child of her parents. Her father had 3-4 capita cultivable land in Islampur Upazila. At that time their family was going well but during the flood 1988, all of their houses and cultivable land was going into the mighty Brahmaputra River. All of their crops were gone under water at that time…..

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    JobedaParvin; A leader who Inspires Confidence

    Flood and Riverbank Erosion is the common natural hazards of Bangladesh. Every year, huge portion of people are seriously affected by riverbank erosion that destroys standing crops, farmland and homestead land. Sirajganj district is one of the most disaster (Flood and Riverbank Erosion) prone areas of Bangladesh, lies on the bank of the most treacherous river Brahmaputra…..

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    Mobilizing and Organizing Humanitarian Operations for disaster Resilient coastal Areas (MOHORA)

    On 27-30 May 2017, a depression Cyclone MORA was created in deep Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) announced different early warning signals for the four sea ports of the country. This report is prepared mainly focused on Mongla Sea port and its catchment areas……