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18 November 2014
We remember the late Dr M. Mujibur Rahaman – accomplished scientist, mentor and one of the founders of icddr,b, who passed away on 14 November.
17 November 2014
A joint project between icddr,b ,Dhaka-based Incepta Vaccine Limited and international partners will expedite the development of an oral cholera vaccine for low-income countries.
13 November 2014
icddr,b with others in the INDEPTH Network publish remarkable new findings on causes of death around the world
11 November 2014
Under its corporate social responsibility umbrella, LG Electronics Labour Union donated $95,000 in support of the icddr,b Dhaka Hospital
06 November 2014
The dual impact of climate change and urbanisation must be anticipated and addressed in order to protect gains in public health in Bangladesh.
04 November 2014
MAL-ED, a long term, multinational project to which icddr,b is contributing, takes a uniquely comprehensive approach to investigating the complex relationships between under-nutrition and enteric diseases and their impact on early childhood development
30 October 2014
icddr,b scientists will present research to help address the burden of tuberculosis in Bangladesh at this week’s 45th World Conference on Lung Health.
29 October 2014
As urbanisation continues to increase in Bangladesh, a large new survey reveals many gains in urban health, but also a need to explore private-public partnerships and to focus on slum areas
27 October 2014
A new icddr,b study examines how poverty affects the development of key cognitive abilities in the first five years of life and suggests that factors such as parental education, early childhood growth and home stimulation may counter the influence of poverty.
23 October 2014
icddr,b continues to generate evidence in support of the worldwide polio eradication agenda.
21 October 2014
Establishing a supportive home and community and implementing community-level birth weight assessments are critical interventions for the adoption of kangaroo mother care in rural Bangladesh, new icddr,b research shows.
14 October 2014
A new analysis by icddr,b scientists lays out the major challenges in achieving universal health coverage in Bangladesh and calls for mandatory social health insurance, a better health information system and stronger political will.
08 October 2014
Joining the Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network will help the Government of Bangladesh learn from experiences of other countries facing similar challenges and accelerate progress towards a malaria free Bangladesh.
02 October 2014
icddr,b scientists unpack the complex array of factors behind childhood under-nutrition and propose future avenues of research that will further our understanding of this critical public health challenge.
29 September 2014
icddr,b joins others on 29 September to commemorate World Heart Day, highlighting the growing burden of cardiovascular and other non-communicable diseases in developing countries.
25 September 2014
Seed funding from Grand Challenges Canada helps test interventions to increase breastfeeding among working mothers and integrate infant feeding counselling with parenting advice
23 September 2014
Better education and improved health and hygiene practices alone may no longer be effective at curbing diarrhoeal deaths as viruses like rotavirus become more prevalent, new icddr,b research says.
18 September 2014
icddr,b is always keen to share its facilities and knowledge to help develop the skills of young researchers. Each year more than 300 local and international students gain valuable field experience by working alongside experienced researchers at icddr,b. We spoke to four of the visiting students about their experiences at icddr,b and in Bangladesh.
15 September 2014
Seed funding will enable researcher to pursue a project that seeks to prevent Japanese encephalitis by vaccinating pigs, the virus reservoir.
09 September 2014
The government of Canada has made a public announcement of its support of icddr,b through 2017 and its commitment to improving the health of mothers and children in the developing world. Susan Truppe, Parliamentary Secretary for Status of Women and Member of Parliament reaffirmed the country’s support during a roundtable discussion in London, Ontario last week, one of a series of consultations being held across Canada. These consultations followed the announcement by Prime Minister Stephen Harper at last month’s maternal and child health summit in Toronto of 3.5 billion dollars in Canadian aid for mothers and children around the world.
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