Topic

Gender

  • India should learn sanitation from Bangladesh

    October 02, 2019

    Narendra Modi may declare that India is open defecation free, but toilet use has to be driven by community engagement, and that is where Bangladesh’s example has important lessons for India

  • Waterways can boost India-Bangladesh ties

    September 30, 2019

    With 54 transboundary rivers shared between them, India and Bangladesh can boost their ties, as well as improve the living conditions of people living alongside them if they cooperate

  • “Three lone girls”

    August 29, 2019

    An environmental scientist, an educationist and a documentary filmmaker travel through Pakistan documenting the lives of people dealing with climate change

  • Bangladesh’s polluting fish farms

    July 25, 2019

    Bangladesh has become one of the world’s top producers of farmed fish, but behind its success lies a trail of polluting practices that threaten the health of its population, and sustainable fishery

  • Dialogue empowers river communities

    March 22, 2019

    On World Water Day, Sajjad Hussein describes how “river meetings” are empowering communities along the Brahmaputra to take control of their water resources

  • A woman farmer shows the way

    March 08, 2019

    As the only woman working as a trainer of farmers in Vehari district in Pakistan’s Punjab province, Almas Perween is breaking many barriers in a traditionally male dominated agricultural society

  • Recognising the ‘invisible women’

    March 08, 2019

    International Women’s Day is a chance to recall the achievements of women – in policy and science – especially in the Himalayan region, where many constraints hold them back, argue Chanda Gurung Goodrich and Suman Bisht