Growth rate down as banking sector performance worsens on Daily Sun
Banking sector in BD deteriorating because of risk management and low disbursement of credit
Declining trend in banking sector
Revenue collection target may be missed
The Financial Express reports on Banking sector in BD deteriorating: UO
Bank sector at long-term risk amid weak monitoring: UO on New Age
Structural problems deteriorate banking sector
Banking sector situation deteriorating on the New Nation
Unnayan Onneshan projects: GDP may decline to 5.65%
GDP growth likely to decline to 5.65pc in FY14: UO
Mismatches in fiscal and monetary management
Unnayan Onneshan projects 5.65 GDP growth
GDP growth in FY ’14 may fall below 6 pc: UO
Assessment of Unnayan Onnesahan: GDP growth may go below 6%
Economy to grow by 5.65pc this fiscal
Recent Research Report
Revenue Mobilisation and Economic Growth
Forthcoming Report and Event
Monthly Economic Update on ‘Monetary Policy Statement' January 2014)
An In-house Seminar on ' Valuing Unpaid Family Work of Women' on 15 January 2014
An In-house Seminar on ‘State of Woman Domestic Worker’ on 19 January 2014
An In-house Seminar on ‘State of Migrant Domestic worker’ on 19 January 2014
Meeting on ‘Biodiversity for Poverty Eradication and Development’
Mr. Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir, chairman of Unnayan Onneshan, attended the second meeting of the Expert Group on Biodiversity for Poverty Eradication and Development, held in Chennai, India on 4-6 December 2013 with a field trip on 7 December 2013.The Conference of the Parties (COP 11) requested the Expert Group to move towards a road map for integrating biodiversity into the social and economic dimensions of sustainable development. The meeting was summoned by the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity with the generous support provided by the Governments of Japan, France and India.
16th Sustainable Development Conference, 10-12 December 2013, Islamabad, Pakistan
Mr. A. Z. M. Saleh, Research & Programme Associate of Unnayan Onneshan attended the 16th Sustainable Development Conference titled "Creating Momentum: Today is Tomorrow" from 10 - 12 December 2013 in Islamabad, Pakistan. More than 200 academicians, researchers and development practitioners from 21 countries across the globe attended the conference. Mr. Saleh presented his papers titled ‘Economic Empowerment of Rural Women in Bangladesh En route to Achieving Sustainable Development’ and ‘Indo-Bangla Water Regime: Analysis based on GBM Basin’ under the respective panels ‘Gender Equality: A Road to Sustainable Development’ and ‘Energy and Water Security in South Asia’ in the conference.
Season's greetings from Dhaka!
The Unnayan Onneshan would like to sincerely thank you for your support throughout 2013. We wish and hope that you will have a personally satisfying 2014.
Warmest best Wishes,
Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir