New Land, New Life

A success story of new land resettlement in Bangladesh

Dr Andrew Jenkins (Redaktør) ; Dr Natasha Haider (Redaktør) ; Bazlul Karim (Innledning) ; Mihir Kumar Chakraborty (Innledning) ; Kiran Sankar Sarker (Innledning) ; Md. Rezaul Karim (Innledning) ; Md. Robiul Islam (Innledning) ; Nujulee Begum (Innledning) ; Edward Mallorie (Innledning) ; Koen de Wilde (Innledning)

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This book will be of value to students, researchers and practitioners in rural development.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1: THE COASTAL CHARS OF BANGLADESH 2: THE BIRTH OF CDSP IV 3: MANAGING CHAR DEVELOPMENT AND SETTLEMENT: A COMPLEX PROCESS 4: INVOLVING THE COMMUNITIES AND CIVIL SOCIETY 5: ROLE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT 6: DEVELOPING THE INFRASTRUCTURE 7: THE LAND SETTLEMENT PROCESS 8: THE POWER OF AGRICULTURE 9: MONEY MATTERS - SAVINGS AND LOANS 10: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT WITH TREES 11: INCOME AND QUALITY OF LIFE 12: OUR PRIDE 13: WHEN THE PROJECT LEAVES

Om forfatteren

Andrew Jenkins (Edited By) Andrew Jenkins has a first degree in social science and an MSc in Agricultural Engineering, with over 40 years' experience in water management and rural development in South and South-east Asia. He has worked for ten years for the leading international CSO and Social Enterprise, BRAC, which was founded and is based in Bangladesh, where he initiated and coordinated the Impact Assessment Unit in the Research and Evaluation Division, and also participated in the Global Value research project with several European institutes and business schools. He is currently the Team Leader of the Char Development and Settlement Project, Bangladesh, a Visiting Fellow at the Judge Business School, Cambridge University, and a Senior Strategic Advisor on Agricultural Water in South Asia to the 2030 Water Resources Group, which is a public/private partnership, also involving civil society, and supported by the International Finance Corporation. Natasha Haider (Edited By) Natasha Haider holds a MSc degree in Environmental Science from Wageningen University, the Netherlands. She has mostly worked on projects related to climate change adaptation, water resources management and disaster risk reduction. Currently, employed as a consultant in Euroconsult Mott MacDonald head office (The Netherlands) from where she is managing international donor funded projects among which CDSP is one. She is also contributing in the current phase of the Char Development and Settlement Project Bridging (CDSP-B), Bangladesh (2019-present) as the Climate Resilience/Disaster Management Expert.