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This training manual comprises twelve modules on key aspects of climate change in Bangladesh. This training manual will help to better understand the climate change problem.
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This report — presenting lessons from Year 4 of Phase II of the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance — consists of a tip sheet and supporting case studies for conducting successful advocacy.
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Due to the frequency of natural hazards, communities in Bangladesh are all too often fighting for survival in the face of floods, tornadoes, cyclones, sea surges, and droughts. Resilience Agents have made significant contributions in resilience-building
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In Bangladesh’s current context of development spree, it is very important to formulate and implement development plans taking into consideration the disaster risk management factors. With that aim, disaster risk management has been incorporated into all

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The present Bangladesh Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan (BCCSAP 2009) is a revised version of the BCCSAP 2008 and reflects the changed development priorities of the new Government.
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The Bangladesh Standing Orders were prepared with the objective of making the concerned persons understand their duties and responsibilities regarding disaster management at all levels, and accomplishing them. All Bangladesh Ministries, Divisions

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This atlas aims to promote the sustainable development of Bangladesh’s agriculture and water resources sectors and their various components, by enhancing the understanding of stakeholders.
Asian Development Bank
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This paper discusses climate change in Bangladesh, as the country is getting hotter and more humid with erratic rainfall. Bangladesh is associated with having six seasons; however, the distinct features of these seasons are becoming increasingly blurred.
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