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Dr. Rehana Akhter has been with the Obstetrician-Gynecologist department of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) for over two decades…
From the dry-cleaners around the corner to the carpenter that makes our house a home, service sector workers are the backbones of our everyday. The …
If success is a journey, our everyday transport is what gets us there. There are 15 million locals on trains while others hit the road on jeepneys (…
Isolation is a norm for marginalized people. When a pandemic strikes, their exclusion from basic services is amplified. Their economic burdens and…
Doing business is largely a family affair in the Philippines - 80% of enterprises are family-owned or family-controlled. Microenterprises are the…
Pandemics create a state of alert, enforcing changes in daily behavior. The COVID-19 outbreak introduced the new normal into our everyday life.…
Kalaga represents woven allegory in Myanmar. The tapestry work is commonly known as shwe chi hto (golden embroidery). Dating back to the 19th century…
When you want to paint the life of local communities across the Philippines, head to their sari-sari stores. Framed under a colorful awning, you’ll…
The notion that disaster can strike in seconds is commonly overlooked. When lightning hits, it comes with a force- 200,000 mph (300,000 kph) to be…