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Concerted Efforts Need to Combat Human Trafficking

Dhaka- Trafficking is a crime which puts migrant workers at risk in terms of physical and mental abuse, harassment, forced labor, forced and illegal marriages, illegal trade and most importantly losin...

Taking a stand against abuse and exploitation

The World Day against Trafficking in Persons, observed on July 30 every year, is a timely annual reminder of the risks run by an estimated 700,000 Bangladeshis who chose to migrate abroad in search of...

How Digital Bangladesh can fulfill dreams

Sabrina Afrin Riza is 15 years old. She graduated from SSC at the Moheshkhali Government Girls’ High School, dreaming of a career in medicine. But her father and his small wood business could not affo...

Rohingya Response News

Cox’s Bazar – One of the world’s largest humanitarian solar water systems was officially inaugurated today (31/07) by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and partner the Japan International Development Agency (JICA).

Cox’s Bazar – Samuda Begum wants to ensure her community’s women are aware about their human rights and concerns especially about the issues surrounding early marriage, household violence, and physical and sexual assault, so that they can lead life as human beings with dignity an

Cox’s Bazar – United Nations (UN) agencies have been working around the clock to repair damage, temporarily relocate affected refugees and activate disaster response plans following eight days of unrelenting rain and wind - the most severe weather since the massive Rohingya refug