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The New York Times on icddr,b's battle against cholera with innovation that cured millions

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Ban Ki-moon endorses icddr,b’s work

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ABOUT US

We are an international health research institute based in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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icddr,b joins Emory Global Health Institute’s Child Health and Mortality Prevention Surveillance (CHAMPS) network that explores why children under 5 die in Africa and Asia.

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FEATURE

How Bangladesh can tackle overuse of antibiotics for illnesses that do not require them

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AR 2016

Our Annual Report showcases year of innovative discoveries, research excellence and global health solutions.

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OUR RESEARCHERS

A selection of our senior scientists, leading figures in public health and medical research

Dr Rubhana Raqib

Senior Scientist, Enteric and Respiratory Infections.
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Dr Lal B Rawal

Senior Associate, Universal Health Coverage.
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Dr Sayera Banu

Senior Scientist and Acting Head, Emerging Infections.
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LATEST NEWS, EVENTS & BLOG

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08 JUNE 2017

icddr,b Annual Report 2016

This year's report shows icddr,b's role in global south health research, providing real impact to solve public health problems through innovative scientific research

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Feature News
25 APRIL 2017

icddr,b contributes to lowering regional and global burden of Malaria

Malaria prevalence in Bangladesh's endemic districts declined from 40 to less than 2 people per 1000 population. icddr,b researchers working on malaria research have published over 50 peer-reviewed journal articles in the last decade and continue to support regional and global efforts to eliminate malaria.

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Feature News
13 JUNE 2017

Access to scientific information via Hinari: Enabling research in Bangladesh?

Access to scientific journal publications comes with a costly price tag that many researchers and institutions in parts of the world including Bangladesh find difficult to afford. An icddr,b study has shown that the impact of HINARI – a network of the World Health Organization (WHO) for making scientific journals more accessible and affordable to countries in the Global South – has benefited research activities throughout Bangladesh.

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