A sample of results

Some of our programmes and projects in Bangladesh, and results of this cooperation:

  • If you look at the tag in your shirt, the probability that it is made in Bangladesh is high. Bangladesh is the second largest garment exporter in the world, ...
  • In Bangladesh, waterborne diseases like cholera and diarrhoea take hundreds of thousands of lives every year. But mobile water stations and hygiene education ...
  • Millions of Bangladeshis could have access to drinking water free from dangerous levels of arsenic, thanks to a research team led by KTH Royal Institute of ...
  • Fahima Begum Rupa lives with her husband and two sons in the village of Digarkanda in north-eastern Bangladesh on a small farm with four houses. Everything is ...
  • Swedwatch seeks to minimise the negative footprint of businesses with funding from the seven member organisations, Sida’s Business for Development Programme ...
  • To meet the threat of climate change, Bangladesh launched a national strategy and action plan 2009. A multi donor climate change fund will help the government ...
  • The children at Kazipur Primary School love their school. Now there are teachers in place, clean water in the well and toilets. The solution is active ...
  • Sida and other players in Bangladesh have discovered new ways of gaining a genuine understanding of poor people’s situation. Every year, researchers go out and ...
  • Hans Rosling describes "the miracle in Bangladesh" of the last 30 years. Things are improving quickly compared with many countries that became modernized early ...