Taking Medical Intern-ventions

Dr. Ramim Islam looks inside the surface. A medical officer specializing in internal medicine at Mymensingh Medical College Hospital (MMCH)- he can decipher the complexity of the interconnected anatomy, “All of the organ systems in the human body work synergistically. I look at it as a whole because a problem in one area can cause complications in another.”

Lifelines to Life on the Line

Dr. Rehana Akhter has been with the Obstetrician-Gynecologist department of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) for over two decades.

Medical practitioners are risk assessors. “We handle the quality of life so our approach considers the worst outcomes with every case,” states Dr. Rehana Akhter. Millions of doctors, nurses, and technicians are courageous front-line workers in light of COVID-19 - “The possibility that my peers and I are putting each other at risk during our daily rounds has heightened a sense of alert in all of us.”

The 4th Meeting Regional Technical Working Group on Advancing the Private Sector Engagement in Disaster Risk Management

The fourth virtual meeting of the Regional Technical Working Group on Advancing the Private Sector Engagement in Disaster Risk Management (RTWG-PSE) took place on November 25, 2020. It sought to discuss case studies including those related to COVID-19 for knowledge management and exchange, share recommendations as the group enters 2021, and tackle the preparatory arrangements for the meeting of the Asian Preparedness Partnership Regional Steering Committee Meeting (APPRSC).

The New Code of Conduct

Pandemics create a state of alert, enforcing changes in daily behavior. The COVID-19 outbreak introduced the new normal into our everyday life. Social distancing and isolation have become conventional for prevention and safety. However, drastic changes in conduct take administration and direction. 

Protecting the Most Fragile Businesses

Kalaga represents woven allegory in Myanmar. The tapestry work is commonly known as shwe chi hto (golden embroidery). Dating back to the 19th century- Kalaga threads history, portraiture, and folklore with opulence to decorate and adorn royal courts, palaces, and pagodas.

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