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Seminar on Community-Based Mangrove Aqua-Silvi-Culture

Promoting as a Community Adaptation Tool and an Alternative to Commercial Shrimp (CS) Culture

Reported By Shahriar Kabir

An in-house seminar on “Community-Based Mangrove Aqua-Silvi-Culture (CMAS Culture): Promoting as a Community Adaptation Tool and an Alternative to Commercial Shrimp Culture” on 23rd August 2011 in the conference room of Unnayan Onneshan. The presenter was Mr. Muhammad Selim Hossain (Junior Research Assistant – Grade II) with Rashed al Mahmud Titumir as the chair and Mr. Md. Abdul Baten as the chief discussant of the event. Mr. Hossain presents the CMAS culture to be both an long term adaptation tool and an alternative to commercial shrimp culture.

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Seminar on "Introduction to Climate Change Negotiation"

Reported by A. Z. M. Saleh

An in-house seminar on Water Supply of Dhaka City: Present & Future had been organized on Wednesday, 15 June 2011 at the conference room of Unnayan Onneshan. The seminar began with a brief presentation from A. F. M. Azim Uddin, research intern of the organisation, who has submitted a snapshot of urban water supply of Dhaka city focusing on the rise in demand of water, increased production, machine loss, unaccounted for water, future demand supply scenario of water etc.

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Seminar on "Water Supply of Dhaka City: Present and Future"

Reported By A. Z. M. Saleh

An in-house seminar on Water Supply of Dhaka City: Present and Future had been organized on Wednesday, 15 June 2011 at the conference room of Unnayan Onneshan. The seminar began with a brief presentation from A.F.M Azim Uddin, Research Intern of the organisation, who has submitted a snapshot of urban water supply of Dhaka city focusing on the rise in demand of water, increased production, machine loss, unaccounted for water, future demand supply scenario of water etc.

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Seminar on “Is Culture deteriorating the Quality of Education in Bangladesh?”

Reported by A. Z. M. Saleh

An in-house seminar has been organized at Unnayan Onneshan’s conference room on October 10, 2010. K. M. Lipon, Project Associate (interim) of the organization presented his paper on “Is Culture deteriorating the Quality of Education in Bangladesh?” into three parts:

(a) Culture of Education in Bangladesh - Pedagogy of the Middle Class (Pre-primary to higher secondary)

(b) Culture of Higher Education in Bangladesh - Practice of Social Sympathy (for public universities)

(c) Culture of Higher Education in Bangladesh - Is it a white-collar Business? (for private universities).

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Seminar on “Future Fertilisers Demand for Rice Production in Bangladesh:A Quantitative Analysis”

Reported by AZM Saleh

An in-house seminar on “Future Fertilisers Demand for Rice Production in Bangladesh: A Quantitative Analysis” takes place at Unnayan Onneshan’s conference room on October 02, 2010 as a part of its regular in-house seminar series. The seminar starts up with the presentation of Jayanta Kumar Basak, Research Assistant of the organisation, by focusing future demand of fertiliser on rice production in Bangladesh.

The research revealed the causes of past increment of fartiliser application in Bangladesh. The paper further shows the demand of three most commonly used fertilisers, Urea, Triple Supper phosphate (TSP) and Muriate of potash (MP) will increase to a significant level by 2050. The seminar was participated by the Chairperson of Unnayan Onneshan and the other researchers. After the presentation the participants came up with different queries and suggestions.

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