Compared to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, TB is by far the most prevalent infectious in Bangladesh. Here is how Bangladesh is fighting TB.
HIV/AIDS prevalence in Bangladesh is relatively low. However, the large migrant population is a significant cause of new HIV infections, and as of now there are no national programs that target intervention of Bangladeshi migrant workers.
The English language Dhaka edition of The Daily Star uses the term "manpower exporter" to describe Bangladesh's relationship with Arab countries. This gives a unique perspective on what is happening in Libya and Bahrain.
As I write, I am en route to Bangladesh, courtesy of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. I will be visiting several programs in Dhaka and Chittigong that the Global Fund supports to prevent and treat those three deadly diseases.