Understanding Bangladesh’s most complex environmental and man-made problem
'I lost my husband and my son for something as basic as water'
A five-year water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) project aiming to serve 450,000 urban poor was
In our greed for money, we have forgotten nature
Are we headed for a water crisis?
What kind of world will the next generation be born into?
How can we solve the water crisis in the city?
A community cannot function without adequate sanitation and adequate clean, drinkable water
It is time to take a closer look at our water crisis
Many foreign and local NGOs had set up hundreds of tube wells and latrines, but ignored one basic rule...
Wouldn’t life be beautiful if we took care of Mother Earth?
'The water and sanitation infrastructures in marginal and hard-to-reach areas are fragile'
Bangladesh has been observing the World Rivers Day since 2010
No longer can we have unsafe boats on our rivers. No more can we allow negligent boat operators to run...
It is important not only that the water is tested, but that the people drinking the water are aware of...
If diseases are allowed to spread without proper intervention, countless will suffer, and many could...
It is time to think long-term and invest in the right things
We simply cannot afford to live in such unsanitary conditions
A crucial part of this process would be to ban development activities which impact water bodies
A growing mega-city like Dhaka must prepare for the inevitable
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