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  1. Library Resource
    March, 2012

    The institutional landscape of local
    dispute resolution in Bangladesh is rich: it includes the
    traditional process of shalish, longstanding and impressive
    civil society efforts to improve on shalish, and a somewhat
    less-explored provision for gram adalat or village courts.
    Based on a nationally representative survey, qualitative
    evidence from focus groups, and a telephone survey of 40
    Union Parishad chairpersons (a little less than 1 percent of

  2. Library Resource
    June, 2012

    Bangladesh has recorded impressive
    economic and social gains since the 1990s. Recent growth has
    been at levels close to six percent. The country has doubled
    per capita growth and taken large strides toward reaching
    many Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), ahead of many
    comparable countries. Attaining the MDGs calls for
    accelerating economic growth to six-seven percent a year.
    Accordingly, Bangladesh's Poverty Reduction Strategy

  3. Library Resource
    February, 2013

    The Local Government Division, Ministry
    of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives
    (LGD) agreed, as part of the identification of a follow-up
    project to the on-going Rural Transport Improvement Program
    (RTIP), to launch an Operational Risk Assessment (ORA) of
    the Local Government Engineering Department (LGED). The ORA
    draws on and adapts previous work to develop methodologies
    to assess and suggest mitigation measures for fiduciary

  4. Library Resource
    July, 2013

    Bangladesh has marked considerable
    progress since independence in 1971 despite its dire initial
    conditions. Real per capita income is about 60percent higher
    now than in 1971. The share of population in poverty
    currently stands at about 50 percent, compared with over 70
    percent in the early 1970s. Even more impressive has been
    the progress in improving the social and human dimensions of
    poverty. Bangladesh's faster gains in human development

  5. Library Resource
    July, 2013

    The major constraints to RNF growth,
    according to a large survey of rural entrepreneurs,'
    include (1) flood and natural disasters; (2) access to
    electricity; (3) road conditions, (4) access to finance and
    (5) transportation to markets. Bangladesh's
    vulnerability to frequent floods and other natural disasters
    severely hampers operations of more than a third of rural
    firms. The next most important constraint to RNF growth is

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