- March 18, 2018
The United Nations Committee for Development Policy, on completion of its review of the LDC category, announced that Bangladesh has met the graduation criteria for the first time
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will also be accorded a reception
The premier said the people of Cox’s Bazar district are experiencing difficulties with the arrival of tens of thousands of Rohingya people
COP23 is now more important than ever before
We seldom hear about the progress that we have made when it comes to social indicators
CPD Distinguished Fellow Professor Mustafizur Rahman made the keynote presentation on the topic of LDC graduation.
There are important roles for stake-holders outside government such as media, NGOs, and CBOs, and the private sector for ensuring climate finance
Inadequate adaptation to climate change may reverse the progress we have made in terms of reducing economic vulnerability
Bangladesh is doing better in all three criteria for LDC graduation status by 2024 but factors like disparity and governance will be a challenge that the country needs to pay attention to.
A road map for COP 22 and beyond