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Population Management Issues Monograph 3

The General Economics Division (GED), in cooperation with UNFPA, has conducted this study on sexual and reproductive health needs and budgetary implication in collaboration with the Bureau of Economic Research (BER), University of Dhaka. The study has given effort to find out information about Demographic transition and Potential of Demographic Dividend for Bangladesh, reproductive health scenario of Bangladesh, efforts and spending for RH services in the country and finally investment required for RH Services in Bangladesh to harness the demographic dividend.

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February 16, 2021
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Bangladesh ICPD 1994-2014 Country Report

In this report, the country level implementation status and commitments made in ICPD 1994 are reviewed and assessed. The gaps and barrier to implementation, factors facilitating implementation and new priorities or emerging issues are also identified. To accelerate the process to achieve the expected goals with respect to areas where implementation is lagging behind, the feasible steps and opportunities are highlighted. In order to renew the commitment and ownership for the Cairo Agenda, the goals achieved and the tasks lagging behind are identified and the steps necessary to attain a sustainable system are proposed. Bangladesh has made remarkable progress in different sectors since the adoption of International Conference on Population and Development Programme of Action in 1994.

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February 16, 2021
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A training handbook of 7th five year plan

In October 20, 2015, National Economic Council (NEC) headed by the Honourable Prime Minister approved The Seventh Five Year Plan (FY2016-FY2020) entitled “Accelerating Growth, Empowering Citizens”. The plan succeeded the Sixth Five Year Plan and serving as a principal document to continue the unfinished agenda of The Perspective Plan of Bangladesh: Making Vision 2021 a Reality. The Seventh Five Year Plan is a vast policy and strategic document encompassing a wide array of issues ranging from assessment of progress made in the Sixth Five Year Plan to macroeconomic framework to sector specific strategies setting quantitative and qualitative targets. For this reason, it is seemingly a colossal task to identify both quantitative and qualitative targets set in the plan by the respective Ministries/Divisions for implementation

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February 16, 2021
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