Dhaka 20th February 2019 Center for Participatory Research and Development-CPRD organized a study sharing conference on sustainable development titled ’
Globally, the weather-related extreme events and associated loss and damages (L&D) have increased significantly. With of high confidence, the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC AR5) published in 2014 stated that the risks associated with those extreme weather events will further increase, putting the disproportionate burden of climate stress and […]
Center for Participatory Research and Development (CPRD) implemented a two-day training programme titled ‘Climate Change: Impacts, Policies, and Actions’ during 8-9 October 2018 at the NGO Affairs Bureau (NGOAB) of the Government of Bangladesh. Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad, Chairman, PKSF, Mr. K.M. Abdus Salam, Director General, NGOAB, Dr. Md. Helal Uddin, Director, NGOAB and Md Shamsuddoha, […]
Center for Participatory Research and Development-CPRD along with its allied organizations namely Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh (CCDB), Network on Climate Change Bangladesh (NCCB) Trust and Coastal Development Partnership (CDP) organized a study sharing seminar titled “Climate-Induced Non-economic Loss and Damages (NELDs): Evidences from the Ground” which was held at The Daily Star Center […]
Dhaka, 28 July 2018: Speakers in a study sharing seminar in Dhaka reasoned for a National Crop Insurance Policy to offset/transfer loss of crops and other valuables caused by weather anomalies and associated disaster events. Center for Participatory Research and Development-CPRD organized this seminar titled “Readiness of the Insurance Sector in Offsetting Climate Change Induced […]
Feasibility Study for a Country Wide Climate Vulnerability Assessment with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Bangladesh. The study intends assessing the needs of vulnerability index of Bangladesh & identifying the feasible methodologies for assessing the vulnerabilities along with their institutional embedding.