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IPHRC is a non-profit organization focused on public health research, media advocacy, communication, and campaign. Its’ field of activity includes Tobacco Control and Public Health, Child & Women’s Health, Food Safety, Road Safety and Environment. As well, IPHRC will work as a knowledge hub for public health activists, researchers, journalists and other development professionals.

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কেনো খুচরা শলাকায় সিগারেট বিক্রি বন্ধ চায় না তামাক কোম্পানি

বাংলাদেশ তামাক পাতা উৎপাদনে বিশ্বে ১৪তম। কিন্তু সিগারেটের বাজারের দিক দিয়ে বিশ্বে অষ্টম! ফলে সহজেই অনুমান করা যায়, তামাক কোম্পানিগুলো ব্যবসায় মুনাফা এবং নিজেদের বাজার ধরে কতোটা বেপরোয়া।

We need ‘green’ private-sector climate risk financing

With the increasing frequency and impact of natural disasters around the world caused by climate change, the use of innovative climate and disaster risk financing tools has become ever more important to improve financial preparedness and build community resilience to imminent future disasters

The right data is crucial for climate resilience

Reliable, transparent, easily accessible and accurate data generation would be of immense importance for Bangladesh’s fight against climate change. Efforts to intensify collaboration among countries and agencies would play a great role for this.

Adjusting to a changing climate

Climate change undoubtedly is tagged as a curse, a major threat to global peace and security. Climate change affects human life, biodiversity, and our ecosystems. Our planet is in peril because of climate change. It is causing rapid changes…

Two thirds of university students suffer from mental health issues

The post-pandemic period is showing a worrying trend of the vulnerable mental condition of Bangladesh’s future generation with 75.85% of university-level students facing different mental health issues in the country, according to a survey.

কেন বিশ্বের অষ্টম শীর্ষ তামাক ব্যবহারকারী দেশ বাংলাদেশ?

বিশ্বের শীর্ষ দুই দেশ, চীন ও ভারতের চেয়ে বাংলাদেশে সিগারেটসহ তামাকজাত দ্রব্যের সেবনকারীর সংখ্যা এখনও অনেক অনেক বেশি। …

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‘The threats of climate change in Bangladesh have already extended to health in the form of higher incidences of respiratory diseases, vector borne diseases like dengue, along with deteriorating mental health conditions.'--The World Bank
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