The recommendations include the following topic areas;
Sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and climate change are thought of as separate issues in Bangladesh’s circumstances. The SRHR, maternal and child health, and family planning programs are threatened by the increasing temperature and climate change. Additionally, it hinders SRHR services and leads to an increasing number of gender-based violence and child marriage.
The linkage between SRHR and climate change needs to be accepted as early as possible.
Conversely, Bangladesh is one of the most disaster-prone areas that is highly affected by recent climate change. Bangladesh is at the height of the list of countries vulnerable to climate change, ranking seventh on the 2021 World Climate Risk Index. The Bangladeshi government has adopted the National Adaptation Plan, (2023‐2050) which provides context, outlines the implications and likely impacts of climate change in Bangladesh, offers an overview of different adaptation strategies, and briefly outlines mitigation issues. The NAP describes a program to build the capacity and resilience of the country to meet the challenge of climate change over the next 20-25 years.