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In a fifteen years of randomised factorial cohort study titled MINIMat, icddr,b scientists and their partners have found possible ways to break a vicious circle of malnutrition across generations.
icddr,b, the international health research organisation based in Dhaka, has published its latest annual report, which demonstrates its well deserved place as a world leader
In a qualitative study conducted in rural Bangladesh icddr,b scientists and their partners have found that abuse remains very high regardless of changing gender roles that allows women to have greater access to education, mobility and employment.
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Dhaka, May 17, 2017 - In the first randomised control trial of its kind, icddr,b scientists have found that the risk of spousal physical violence in the community can be reduced by 21%
Today, the annual memorial lecture was held at icddr,b’s Sasakawa auditorium as a mark of respect to Late Dr M Mujibur Rahaman
Today, icddr,b showcased its latest innovations and ground breaking research findings by celebrating science and innovation at its ‘icddr,b Day’.
Today, icddr,b paid tributes to the language movement martyrs, who laid down their lives for establishing Bangla as state language in 1952.
icddr,b’s board of trustees has announced the appointment of Syed Monjurul Islam as the Deputy Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer effective from Sunday, February 19, 2017.
One of the world’s most influential newspapers, the New York Times, recently featured icddr,b’s decades-long legacy in battling cholera and the history of innovating treatment that cures millions of lives till this day.
icddr,b’s senior scientist Dr K Zaman has recently been selected as a member of the World Health Organisation Polio Research Committee (PRC), a rare feat for Bangladeshi scientists.