Mapping Climate Change Related Vulnerabilities and Child Marriage in Bangladesh

This knowledge product has been published by the Share-Net Bangladesh Child Marriage in Bangladesh Community of Practise. Bangladesh has the third-highest rate of child marriage in the world, such that every year nearly four million girls are married before the age of 18. There are many factors responsible for this complex social problem to perpetuate […]

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Infertility in an SRHR lens: Policy and Practices

This knowledge product has been published by the Infertility Community of Practise at Share-Net Bangladesh. This study has been conducted in response to Share-Net Bangladesh’s aim to bring together the Communities of Practice (CoP) that consists of social and medical researchers, development practitioners, academicians, health workers, government officials and legal experts to engage with one […]

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Gender Based Violence Induced by Climate Change

This is a Knowledge Product published by the Share-Net Bangladesh Gender Based Violence Community of Practise. Violence Against Women (VAW) is a common global phenomenon, happens both in the east and the west. There is a complex relationship between gender and climate change. Gender issues interface with different facets of climate change. This brief is […]

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PERCEPTIONS ON THE EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON CHILD MARRIAGE IN BHOLA

South-East Asia region is a hub of child marriage in the world. It is estimated that about 150 million girls are at risk of child marriage by 2030 in South and South-East Asia region. Bangladesh is among the top 10 countries in the world for child marriage. During 21st century climate change became global concern […]

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VAWG: EVIDENCE FROM DISASTER PRONE AREAS OF BANGLADESH

Violence against women is a violation of basic human rights, but we still witness various forms of gender-based violence across the world. Deep-rooted societal norms, stigma, religious fundamentalism, and patriarchal culture are responsible for the prevalence of gender-based violence in Bangladesh. According to Human Development Report (2020), 54.2% of women aged 15 years and old […]

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Reaching women at work with health programming in Bangladesh: results of difference-in-differences analysis among female factory workers

Abstract The rapid growth of Bangladesh’s ready-made garment sector has transformed the country’s economy while also employing a predominantly female workforce. Companies have begun collaborating with NGOs to provide health messages to and expand health services for workers. This study evaluates the effect of the Health Enables Return (HER) health model’s approach of using peer […]

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Breaking The Silence on Infertility: Policy Brief

Policy brief by Marie E. Thoma, Muntaha Gharaibeh, Elly Leemhuis, Arnob Chakrabarty, Kishore Kumer Basak, & Ananya Krishnan. This Policy Brief is a knowledge product from a “twin project – Breaking the Silence on Infertility.” This project is the joint result of two awarded SNI grants focused on creating knowledge products that were designed as […]

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Association between Menstrual Hygiene Management and School Performance among the School-Going Girls in Rural Bangladesh

A research article titled ‘Association between Menstrual Hygiene Management and School Performance among the School-Going Girls in Rural Bangladesh’ was conducted by Md. Sabbir Ahmed, Fakir Md Yunus, Md. Belal Hossain, Kinsuk Kalyan Sarker and Safayet Khan. This study investigated the relationship between menstrual hygiene practices and academic performance among rural Bangladeshi adolescent girls. Download […]

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Qualitative study on health care providers’ experiences of providing Menstrual Regulation (MR) and related services in Cox’s Bazar

Humanitarian settings are characterised by limited access to comprehensive abortion care. At the same time, humanitarian settings can increase the vulnerability of women and girls to unintended pregnancies and unsafe abortions. Humanitarian actors and health care providers can play important roles in ensuring the availability and accessibility of abortion-related care. This study explores health care […]

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Literature Review: Knowledge, attitudes and experiences among adolescent girls on Menstrual Regulation (MR)

This study has been conducted by Cecilia Espinoza (Ipas Senior Advocacy Advisor), Ghazaleh Samandari (Independent consultant) and Kathryn Andersen (Chief Scientific and Technical Officer) from Ipas, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA. Adolescent girls comprise a considerable proportion of annual abortion deaths, worldwide, with 15% of all unsafe abortions taking place among girls under 20 years of age. […]

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