The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the decades of progress achieved by countries on strengthening health and food systems and improving economic conditions of the population.
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the decades of progress achieved by countries on strengthening health and food systems and improving economic conditions of the population. While income losses and high inflation meant less affordability of household’s food and nutrition necessities, supply disruptions caused by movement restrictions prevented the uptake of essential health services.
The COVID-19 pandemic had caused an enduring negative impact on the lives and livelihood of the disadvantaged communities of Bangladesh, i.e., the traditionally “left behind” and the newly “pushed behind” communities. In view of this crisis, the present study, through a face-to-face household survey, focuses on the coping approaches undertaken by some specific disadvantaged groups in Bangladesh.
Dealing with the Aftermath of COVID-19: Adjustments and Adaptation Efforts of the Apparel Workers in Bangladesh
Extended discourse on the aftermath of COVID-19 is currently the highlight of research. As the world is driving towards recovery, the consequences of the pandemic need to be assessed to [...]
This paper presents a novel COVID-19 Impact index, guided by an analytical framework, to understand and measure the impact on the livelihood conditions of the vulnerable in Bangladesh.
The current demographic window of opportunity in Bangladesh emphasises youth to be one of the drivers of the country’s development strategy.
COVID-19 continues to leave a trail of devastation in its wake. Diminishing decades worth of development progress, the ongoing pandemic impact extends far beyond the health sector.
Against the background of the above, the key objective of the present paper is to explore the contemporary concerns of the youths in the context of the pandemic in order to illuminate the national recovery agenda.