Contextualising Access to Quality Information on SRHR

This study was designed with the theme of Share-Net Bangladesh’s 7th Knowledge Fair in mind – Access to Quality Information about SRHR – in response to the event bringing together significant stakeholders delving deep into the research theme and influence policy for the Bangladesh government’s effective implementation of SDG commitments, with a focus on SRHR […]

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Workshop Recording: Infertility in SRHR Lens: Policy & Practices

With the assistance of Share-Net Bangladesh, the Centre for Men & Masculinities Studies (CMMS) carried out a study in 2021 titled “Infertility in SRHR Lens: Policy & Practices.” They held an online advocacy workshop where honorable government officials and other relevant stakeholders participated as part of the study. Despite the government’s ardent efforts to provide […]

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Strengthening Communication Strategies and Reducing Knowledge Gaps to Prevent Trafficking of Women

This study sought to identify information and knowledge gaps that act as push or pull factors in the trafficking of women, as well as gauge what communication strategies work and what does not work in the areas of trafficking prevention, protection, prosecution, and reintegration. It also includes recommendations for developing an effective communication strategy and […]

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WASH and MHM Experiences of Disabled Females Living in Dhaka Slums of Bangladesh

This study purposively selected two Dhaka slums, with and without disabled-friendly facilities, to investigate female perspectives on different aspects related to WASH and Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) for females with a disability. The rapid expansion of slums with increasing population density are the main barriers to scaling-up sustainable Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) facilities in […]

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Knowledge and practice of SRHR among the population living in the Baunya-Badh slum

This report refers to the findings of a qualitative research on SRHR knowledge and practice among different groups (adolescents, adults and transgender community) residing in Baunya-Badh slum, Dhaka, carried out with 10 adolescent girls and boys, engaged in ARBAN adolescents’ empowerment program. The research has been conducted within the framework of the project –‘Cholo Kotha […]

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Exploring Knowledge and Practices Regarding Menstrual Hygiene Management Among Bihari Women in the Geneva Camp in Bangladesh

This study evaluated the MHM-related knowledge and behaviours of Bihari women living in the Mohammadpur Geneva Camp (MGC) in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This study was carried out by academics from Australia and Bangladesh, and the results were presented in the journal “Women, Midwives and Midwifery – 2022” (Volume 2, Issue 1). The main objective was to […]

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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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