Equipping Students for Life: Ireland’s Inclusive Sex Education Curriculum

In a progressive move, the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) in Ireland has recently unveiled an updated sex education curriculum, set to be implemented in schools this coming September. … Read More »

Special Circumstances Provision: A Loophole in CMRA-2017

The Child Marriage Restraint Act 2017 (CMRA-2017) was passed in Bangladesh to curb the practice of child marriage, which continues to be a pervasive issue in the country. However, there are … Read More »

Health risk of Women in Tea garden of Bangladesh

The natural drink tea has got the attention all over the world yet missed out on the one producing them. The tea leaf pickers of Bangladesh remain out of sight and … Read More »

Adolescence health app launched to help access public health services

Life has different stages. Each and every stage has its own colour and trait and beauty. Childhood, adolescence, youth and adulthood, old age all have wonderful phases to offer. Adolescence offers … Read More »

Sex Education & Gender: A Dilemma Between Knowledge vs Stigma

After years of logical demand and seeking upgraded knowledge by policy makers, civil society organisations and activists, the National Curriculum and Text-book Board (NCTB) brought revolutionary changes in the text-book by … Read More »

Call for Pleasure-Based Imagery for The Pleasure Bank

The Share-Net Netherlands Community of Practice on Sexual Pleasure has been doing quite some work on pleasure-focused imagery over the past couple of months. Currently, they are working on developing “The Pleasure … Read More »

Recurring Child Marriage & Adolescent Pregnancy: A Post-pandemic Social Tragedy

It is rather upsetting that Bangladesh continues to perform poorly in a lot of social measures, including health and education for girls, despite all of our economic advancement and showy infrastructure … Read More »

Is Prenatal Knowledge Really Necessary for Safe Motherhood? 

Prenatal courses are a system used in developed nations to inform and equip moms with solutions to tackle postpartum difficulties. These courses do not have a medical focus. Instead, they are … Read More »

Climate Change & SRHR: All Hands Needed to Raise Concerns for Vulnerable Regions

Due to the worsening scenario of global climate change-related events, we have witnessed a progressive deterioration of the Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR) situation in Bangladesh, particularly for women … Read More »

Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice of Sexual and Reproductive Health among Parents, Guardians & Teachers: A Contextual Study

One of the main objectives of the Sustainable Development Goals is to improve the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) of adolescent girls (SDGs). Adolescent girls’ SRH, maternal health, and child health … Read More »