SDG Gender Index 2019

Equal Measures believes that real changes in gender equality laws, policies and budget allocations will follow if- • we provide increased access to data, analysis, and tools on the progress towards … Read More »

Taking the Lead

Research across 19 countries, involving close to 10,000 girls and young women, has taught us a lot about girls’ aspirations to lead: about what holds them back, what encourages them and … Read More »

Desk review on breast cancer

Preface This desk review titled ‘Breast Cancer – the disease: causes, consequences, treatment and stigma’ is issued by Share-Net Bangladesh secretariat and is funded by Share-Net International in the Netherlands. It … Read More »

Literature review on early child marriage

PREFACE This desk review titled “Early child marriage in Bangladesh: causes and consequences” is issued by Share-Net Bangladesh secretariat and is funded by Share-Net International in the Netherlands. This was written … Read More »

SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN PUBLIC SPACES IN BANGLADESH

PREFACE This desk review titled ‘Sexual Harassment in Public Spaces in Bangladesh’ is issued by Share-Net Bangladesh secretariat and is funded by Share-Net International in the Netherlands. This was written by … Read More »

Research on SRH of Rohingya Adolescents & Youth

Research on SRH of Rohingya Adolescents & Youth Previously, very little was known about the health, education, marriage patterns, maternal and sexual and reproductive health knowledge of the Rohingyas due to … Read More »

Health care seeking behaviour of people with physical disabilities in Bangladesh

People with disabilities constitute about 10% of the total population of Bangladesh. They are more likely to experience poor health than those without disabilities. However, there is a lack of evidence … Read More »

Health Care for People with disability in the South Asian Context

South Asia is a unique geopolitical region covering 3.4% of the world’s surface area and supporting 25% of the world’s population (1.75 billion). Available evidence from South Asia shows variable estimates … Read More »

Restricting women’s movement: Violence in transportation

In urban cities, more and more women have to venture out for education and employment. However, they are faced with violence while going about their daily life. Two researchers, one from … Read More »

Urgent steps needed to activate the community clinics which can help married adolescent girls seek skilled maternal health care services

Child Marriage is currently the most important public health concern for Bangladesh, which affects also maternal and child health outcomes in later life. This prospective qualitative research was conducted among thirty … Read More »