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Menstrual Hygiene: Challenges during natural disaster
by Share-Net Team BDShare-Net Team BD , on Jun 14, 2017
Women and girls try to avoid cyclone centers because they feel that they are not safe. According to a UNDP research, women avoid cyclone shelters for the fear of being sexually assaulted. The centers don’t offer proper hygiene facilities and there are no separate toilets for men and women ‘Many women refrain from going to cyclone centers for the fear of being raped or sexually abused’ says Sharmin Nahar Nipa, lecturer and researcher at the Center for Climate Change and Environmental Res

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Launching of 2nd National Strategy on Adolescent Health

June 20, 2017

After the first assessment of Adolescent Reproductive Health Strategy (ARHS) in 2006-2016, Bangladesh government has launched the second Dissemination of National Strategy of Adolescent Health (NSAH) on 19th June at Sonargaon Hotel.Read More…

 

Indomitable spirit to repel

June 20, 2017

Against all impediments,Rumana Manzur;former Assistant Professor at University of Dhaka has obtained law degree at University of British Columbia, Canada. She was subjected to severe domestic violence by her husband in 2011.Read More…

 

Climate change silently triggers child marriage in Bangladesh

June 18, 2017

Hidden Connections, a series of the documentary has shown the internal relation between climate change and child marriage in Bangladesh. The child marriage rate in Bangladesh is 52%, one of the highestRead More…

 

Women’s reproductive health: SNV’s contribution in RMG sector

June 13, 2017

In a research finding by Bangladesh Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Foundation (OSHE-2009), it is detected that female garments workers suffer many health complications due to lack of reproductive health and knowledge.Read More…

 

Canada is proud to host The Women Deliver 2019 Conference

June 18, 2017

Canada is going to host The Women Deliver 2019 Conference from  June 3-6. The country prioritizes the health, education and welfare of the girls and women and works relentlessly to create genderRead More…

 

Short Course on Introduction to Systematic Review and Meta Analysis in Health Research

June 7, 2017

Three days course on Introduction to Systematic Review and Meta Analysis in Health Research organized by Center For Professional Skills Development and Public Health will take place at James P Grant HealthRead More…

 

Call for Abstracts

March 20, 2017

Share-Net Bangladesh is happy to announce a Scientific Seminar at SRHR Knowledge Fair to be held on 3rd May, 2017. We are currently accepting abstracts for Oral and Poster Presentation for theRead More…

 

HerStory: Women Trailblazers

March 13, 2017

The exhibition titled “HerStory: Women Trailblazers” is dedicated to female leadership in Bangladesh over the past century. The stories portrayed are on and by women. The framework of the exhibition is aRead More…

 

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    Education about menstruation changes everything. Dr. Annie Vestjens, First Secretary, SRHR and Gender, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, talks about menstrual hygiene situation in Bangladesh. To know more whatRead More...Read More »

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