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Does Microcredit Help Promote Development and Peace at the Household Level in Bangladesh?

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Md. Fouad Hossain Sarker
Faculty of Science & Information Technology
Daffodil International University
Muhammad Abdus Salam
Faculty of Educational Sciences
University of Oslo

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This paper examines if microcredit for the rural poor in Bangladesh has any instrumental role in achieving development and peace at the household level. This study has been conducted among the microcredit borrowers of the Grameen Bank (GB) and Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC). Structured questionnaires have been used  to understand the amount of borrowing and the patterns of use of the loan. Ethnographic case studies are used to explore the ways in which micro credit and its use have impacted on the lives of the borrowers. This study has found out that microcredit has positive impact on the lives of the borrowers. The return from the microcredit investment through smallscale enterprises has contributed towards economic ease of the families, thereby contributing towards less domestic violence, gender equality and peace at the household level. Such findings, however, have yet to be established at the macro societal level through large-scale studies.

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The Roles of the World Bank and UNESCO in Primary Education in Bangladesh: A Gender Based Analysis

Md. Fouad Hossain Sarker
Faculty of Science & Information Technology
Daffodil International University
Muhammad Abdus Salam
Faculty of Educational Sciences
University of Oslo

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This paper is an initiative to explore the roles of World Bank and UNESCO in primary education in Bangladesh with the observation of gender. The study reveals that both organizations have been contributed to a large extent to improve the status of female education whole over the country especially in poverty-stricken as well as rural areas with their assistances and advices for sound development of female education. It is also revealed that quality and equity based education ensured by their policies and implications through the building collaborative efforts with bilateral donors and other multilateral agencies. It has confirmed through the findings in this research that World Bank emphasizes on poverty reduction strategy for accelerating education whereas UNESCO reflects on professional skill development strategies and sustainable educational policies and planning in order to ensure universal education. Finally, the outcomes of this paper promote for better persuasions of gender based education in Bangladesh.

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Uprising Terrorism in Bangladesh: A Threat to Internal Security

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Md. Fouad Hossain Sarker
Muhammad Abdus Salam

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