An online petition to support Grameen Bank in the face of a potential takeover by the government of Bangladesh.
A new video report from UNICEF shows how a new generation of trained community health workers are promoting maternal and child health in some of the most remote corners of Bangladesh.
The Bangladeshi government has ordered three prominent international NGOS: Medicines Sans Frontieres; Action Against Hunger; and the British-based Muslim Aid to cease providing humanitarian relief to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
The Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action (MAMA) is a mobile phone health initiative partnership led by USAID and Johnson & Johnson, with support from the mHealth Alliance and the United Nations Foundation. Recently, members of the MAMA partnership conducted a series of site visits in Bangladesh. This blog post comes from MAMA Global Partnership Director, Kirsten Gagnaire, and is part of the “blog tour series” reporting on the site visits and experience in Bangladesh.
I created this video and wrote this post last March 24 that discusses Bangladesh's Global Fund-financed projects for TB control in hard-to-reach rural communities.
I was in Liberia during the Global Fund's 10th anniversary celebrations late last week and I wanted to be sure that readers saw this excellent video marking one decade of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.
Can Malaria be rolled back? You bet. Here's how Malaria is being effectively challenged in one endemic region in rural Bangladesh.
In Bangladesh is illegal to be gay, but the government does support HIV/AIDS interventions that reach out to men who have sex with men.
MDR-TB is Multi-Drug Resistant Tuberculosis. As the name suggests it is much harder to treat than "regular" TB.