Migration and Remittance Impact in Bangladesh 2016
Feb 9, 2019
2018 has been a significant year in world politics. As migration set out to be the topic changing the global political landscape, we took a look at one of the countries that significantly depended ...
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Foreign Direct Investment in Bangladesh 1996-2014
Jan 10, 2016
Bangladesh has attracted about 15 billion USD in foreign direct investment (FDI) between 1996 to 2014. More than 95% of the FDI was in 4 sectors. More than two thirds of all investment came from th...
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Primary School Dropouts in Bangladesh 2014
Dec 7, 2015
One student out of every five drops out of primary school in Bangladesh. The rate of school drop outs have been steadily falling since 2008, but the current drop out rate of 21% is far from ideal. ...
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Overview Of Species At Risk In Canada
Nov 23, 2015
613 plant and animal species are recognized by the Species At Risk Act (SARA). The situation appears dire for the birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians as significant percentages of species from ...
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Canada's Bird Species at Risk
Nov 8, 2015
More than a hundred bird species in Canada are at risk. Two of the bird species at risk have already disappeared from Canada while fifty more species are likely to follow suit. Ontario hosts the hi...
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Polio Elimination in South Asia
Oct 23, 2015
3 consecutive years without any new incidents makes a country Polio free according to WHO standards. As of 2014, Polio has been eliminated from most of South Asia. However, the two Polio infected c...
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Reactions in South Asia to the Assassination of Sheikh Mujib
Oct 10, 2015
On 15 August 1975, the founder of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was assassinated. The incident caused an upheaval in South Asia. US Embassies in the region closely monitored the situation and ...
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Citizenships of Prisoners in European Countries in 2013
Sep 20, 2015
Most European countries reported the number of people held in their prisons in 2013. While Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia had the highest incarnation rate, the lowest incarceration rates are seen in...
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Water abstracted by sector of use in Bulgaria 2002-2013
Sep 18, 2015
Water is abstracted from fresh water sources as well as from seas by economic units engaged in collection, purification and distribution of water. The abstracted water is used in public water suppl...
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Water abstracted by sector of use in France 2002-2013
Sep 18, 2015
Water is abstracted from fresh water sources as well as from seas by economic units engaged in collection, purification and distribution of water. The abstracted water is used in public water suppl...
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Migration and Remittance Impact in Bangladesh 2016

2018 has been a significant year in world politics. As migration set out to be the topic changing the global political landscape, we took a look at one of the countries that significantly depended on the contribution of its migrants. The money, send back home by migrant workers is known as remittance. This infographic shows the migration pattern from Bangladesh, and it's economic and social imp...

Foreign Direct Investment in Bangladesh 1996-2014

Bangladesh has attracted about 15 billion USD in foreign direct investment (FDI) between 1996 to 2014. More than 95% of the FDI was in 4 sectors. More than two thirds of all investment came from the top 10 investor countries including UK, USA, S. Korea, Netherlands, Singapore and Hong Kong. For last few years the country has been receiving more than a billion USD in FDI, with the highest amount...

Primary School Dropouts in Bangladesh 2014

One student out of every five drops out of primary school in Bangladesh. The rate of school drop outs have been steadily falling since 2008, but the current drop out rate of 21% is far from ideal. The students at grade 4 are most likely to drop out while the least likely are the ones in grade 1 and 5.

Overview Of Species At Risk In Canada

613 plant and animal species are recognized by the Species At Risk Act (SARA). The situation appears dire for the birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians as significant percentages of species from these group face risk. Ontario and British Columbia host the highest number of vulnerable species recognized by the Species At Risk Act (SARA). Every other province or territory has half or less the n...

Canada's Bird Species at Risk

More than a hundred bird species in Canada are at risk. Two of the bird species at risk have already disappeared from Canada while fifty more species are likely to follow suit. Ontario hosts the highest number of birds at risk, followed by British Columbia and Quebec.

Polio Elimination in South Asia

3 consecutive years without any new incidents makes a country Polio free according to WHO standards. As of 2014, Polio has been eliminated from most of South Asia. However, the two Polio infected countries in the area means there is still a risk of Polio outbreak.

Reactions in South Asia to the Assassination of Sheikh Mujib

On 15 August 1975, the founder of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was assassinated. The incident caused an upheaval in South Asia. US Embassies in the region closely monitored the situation and communicated with the Secretary of States in Washington DC. The reactions recorded in these cables portray a complex picture of international relationships.

Citizenships of Prisoners in European Countries in 2013

Most European countries reported the number of people held in their prisons in 2013. While Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia had the highest incarnation rate, the lowest incarceration rates are seen in Iceland, Sweden and Finland.

Water abstracted by sector of use in Bulgaria 2002-2013

Water is abstracted from fresh water sources as well as from seas by economic units engaged in collection, purification and distribution of water. The abstracted water is used in public water supply, agriculture, industrial processes and for cooling during the process of electricity generation.

Water abstracted by sector of use in France 2002-2013

Water is abstracted from fresh water sources as well as from seas by economic units engaged in collection, purification and distribution of water. The abstracted water is used in public water supply, agriculture, industrial processes and for cooling during the process of electricity generation.