Transcript: - Pitha- o sweet. Khajur pitha (Date). It’s made with egg, flour, sugar, coconut and deep fried. Part of the historic region of Bengal - Buddhists ruled for centuries -1576, Bengal became part of the Mogul Empire -Bengal ruled by British India from 1757 until 1947, and Pakistan was founded out of the two predominantly Muslim regions. -25 years after independence from Britain, its history was part of Pakistan's. - West Pakistan and East Pakistan were united by religion (Islam), but their peoples were separated by culture, physical features, and 1,000 miles of Indian Territory. Migration Policy Institute - Study: Approximately 277,000 Bangladeshi immigrants and their children live in the U.S. o NY, Cali, TX, NJ are some of the states that have a majority of their population. Bangladesh The region experiences a lot of tropical monsoons and frequent floods and cyclones Pohela Boishakh Clothings: o Women: saree and salwar kameez o Men: Punjabi Food o Bhatt, fish, bhorta Problems - Bangla - Predominantly Muslims o Eids - Islamic influence, "Salaam aleykum" (Peace be unto you) and "Khoda hafez" (God Bless you) - Hierarchical society o People are respected because of age & position - o Older people viewed wise & respected - Hindu influences festivals (Durga Puja and Kali Puja). - Bangladeshis are indirect communicators - Extended families live together Cox's Bazar is a town, a fishing port and district headquarters in Bangladesh. One of world's longest natural sandy sea beaches. o St. Martin's Island - The Sundarbans: natural region in the Bengal region comprising Bangladesh and Eastern India. Culture Problems Culture -Violence o Political parties: mostly between Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and Bangladesh Awami League, and Jamaat-e-Islami, the largest Islamist party. o ‘Hartals’ Strike action. Mass protest often involving a total shutdown of workplaces, offices, shops, courts of law as a form of civil disobedience. Independence History - Governmental Corruption: o Ongoing Problem- o 2007: state of emergency o imprisonment of dozens of prominent officials Khaleda Zia Sheikh Hasina arrested and charged with corruption Tourism Tensions between East and West Pakistan existed - East Pakistan's Awami League, sought independence. - East Pakistan demanded the independent state of Bangladesh, March 26, 1971. -Liberation war broke out - help of Indian troops - East Pakistan defeated West Pakistan on Dec. 16, 1971. - 3 million Bengalis were killed. 10 million took refuge in India. BD Population in the U.S Cultural Sharing Poverty o At least 45 million people live below the poverty line, and a significant proportion of them live in extreme poverty. This leads to water, sanitation, nutrition, education, health, information, and shelter problems. - Water Crisis o The WHO estimates that 97% of the people of Bangladesh have access to water and only 40% percent have proper sanitation. - Over Population o #8 on the top ten countries with the highest population.
Transcript: The Bibliography Insecticides malaria is a infectious disease transmitted through mosquito bites ranks 3rd for infectious diseases that cause death total population at risk is 10.9 million (11%) there are 13 of 64 districts that are highly endemic Implementation unequal inheritance laws are married, divorced or widowed Approach whippings/beatings And one more thing... we should release a law that ties district funding to literacy rates and requires that districts form a plan to implement a serious statistical change in the near future. we should also revise laws to ensure that both genders have equal funding to primary and secondary school, as well as ensure that girls' schools and boys' schools have equal quality teachers. 48% of all girls between 15 & 19 Thank you for your attention! marriage inequality Malaria in Bangladesh though we have not been able to come up with vaccine, we have come up with a pill to fight its effects most effective of these drugs are Artemisinin-based therapies while generally effective, they are both costly and need distribution 1/3 of women believe that a man is justified beating his wife Conclusion some sort of physical or sexual acid attacks Bangladesh Bed Nets The Solution physical abuse What the problem Is Anti-Malaria drugs Literacy provides easy access to knowledge and communication through the internet Then we should move our efforts in to educating women and getting them talking with the rest of the world. Malaria in Bangladesh http://www.wikigender.org/index.php/Gender_Equality_in_Bangladesh http://www.worldlifeexpectancy.com/country-health-profile/bangladesh Cia world factbook http://www.parliament.gov.bd/Constitution_English/index.htm http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/bangladesh_bangladesh_statistics.html http://www.unhcr.org/refworld/country,,IRBC,,BGD,,403dd1e40,0.html Gender based abuse: Insecticides Health rates improve drastically more then half of women reported Bangladesh is 143,998 sq km or 55,598 sq miles Bangladesh has a population of 148,692,131 as of 2010 Bangladesh also has rather poor health care Bed Nets currently only 18% of congress are women women would make laws that are fair to both sexes they would ensure that laws that benefit women are enforced Bangladesh bed nets are nets that cover your bed if coated with insecticide 50% more effective majority of transmissions happen at night if 70% of community sleep under nets then entire community can be made safer unequal education sexual harassment Education Benefits Women would enter politics in greater numbers a common insecticide used in fighting malaria is Dichloro-Dipheny-Trichloroethane (DDT) banned in most countries except for fighting malaria dangerous: DDT is a known carcinogenic dowry related violence 53% of men are literate 35% of women are literate boys education is free until 12th Gender Inequality Implementation Before we can move on to gender inequality we must secure basic necessities such as food, shelter and safety. Implementation abuse in their marriages Approach Bangladesh Facts girls education is free until 10th Anti-Malaria Drugs Ultimate answer is vaccine but we must invest in meantime to prevent spreading and further deaths Propose multi-pronged approach: bed nets, insecticides, and anti-malaria drugs Bangladesh faces a number of difficult challenges. In this presentation I focused on two: gender inequality & malaria. In neither case are there easy answers. But with the right level of effort there can be improvement. rape bed nets are both cheap and effective the government should fund bed nets for at least 70% of the people in each of the 13 endemic districts USA
Transcript: Term paper Presentation Protestation Using LPG / CNG Limiting chemical use Air Pollution Deforestation Policy Vehicles Industrial wastes Cooperation & support Financial aid Bangladesh f o r y o u r a t t e n t i o n Flood Action Plan BANGLADESH Flood Thank you India Health People Responsibility Burma Evaluation Health Wastes Chemicals Fertilizers Deforestation Rough Geography Rainfall Finance Diarrhea Melanosis Keratosis Deaths Residences Psychomotor Heart attack Pulmonary Flood Solutions Water Pollution ________________________ Flood Number of flood events Jared Diamond Participation Air Pollution Water Pollution Air Pollution Causes Farmlands Crops Environmental Damages Water Pollution Professor of geography Author of "Collapse" book Economy Environmental problems in Bangladesh
Transcript: Population-death and fertility rates As of 2014, Bangladesh holds a population of 159.1 million people. Although its death rate is unknown, it is known that the country has a fertility rate of 2.2. Bangladesh
Transcript: BANGLADESH Officially known as People's Republic of Bangladesh Located in South Asia 147,570 Sq. km(56977 sq. miles) land Population= 142 million Water- 6.4 % Capital: Dhaka Other city: Chittagong(sea port) Division: 7 District: 64 Official language: Bengali Currency: Taka National Day: 26 March Victory Day: 16 December History 3000 B.C Dravidian people came 300-1200 C.E Hindu empires 1200-1757 C.E. Muslim Rule 1757-1947 British colonial rule 1947-1971 East Pakistan 1971-2011 Modern day Bangladesh Government and Politics Unitary state Parliamentary democracy Major parties: Bangladesh Awami League Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) National symbols of Bangladesh Anthem Amar Shonar Bangla Animal Royal Bengal Tiger Bird Oriental Magpie Robin Fish Hilsa Flower White Water Lily Fruit Jack fruit Tree Mango Tree Economy Agriculture based economy Rice, jute are the primary crops Wheat is assuming greater importance Tea is grown in the northeast Garments industry is one of the largest in the world Geography Bordered by India on north, east and west Burma to the far southeast By the Bay of Bengal to the south Low-lying Ganges Delta Himalays stops clouds, causing rain Natural floods, tornados and cyclones are common Less than 12 m (39.4 ft) above the sea level Worst effected country in the world by climate change Religion Culture and Festivals Cuisine National Heroes Tourism Thanks for Your Patience in Listening
Transcript: BANGLADESH It is located in the continent of ASIA The official language is Bangla In the past few years the economy has been pretty good. Kurta is one of the most popular items of clothing The religious demographics of Bangladesh are 90% Islam, 9% Hinduism, and 1% Other. They like to eat a lot of fish, rice and foods with curry seasoning. Religion The population in 2013 was found to be 171.368 million people Clothing Economy What Continent? Map and Flag Population Template by Missing Link Images from Shutterstock.com Types of Food Language
Transcript: Hello everybody!! Aloha, hola, hallo, salam, namaste. Good afternoon. BANGLADESH Officially known as People's Republic of Bangladesh Located in South Asia 147,570 Sq. km(56977 sq. miles) land Population= 142 million Water- 6.4 % Capital: Dhaka Other city: Chittagong(sea port) Division: 7 District: 64 Official language: Bengali Currency: Taka National Day: 26 March Victory Day: 16 December History 3000 B.C Dravidian people came 300-1200 C.E Hindu empires 1200-1757 C.E. Muslim Rule(Mughal empire) 1757-1947 British colonial rule 1947-1971 East Pakistan 1971-2011 Modern day Bangladesh Government and Politics Unitary state Parliamentary democracy Major parties: Bangladesh Awami League Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) National symbols of Bangladesh Anthem Amar Shonar Bangla Animal Royal Bengal Tiger Bird Oriental Magpie Robin Fish Hilsa Flower White Water Lily Fruit Jack fruit Tree Mango Tree Economy Agriculture based economy Rice, jute are the primary crops Wheat is assuming greater importance Tea is grown in the northeast Garments industry is one of the largest in the world Geography Bordered by India on north, east and west Burma to the far southeast By the Bay of Bengal to the south Low-lying Ganges Delta Himalays stops clouds, causing rain Natural floods, tornados and cyclones are common Less than 12 m (39.4 ft) above the sea level Worst effected country in the world by climate change Religion Culture and Festivals Cuisine National Heroes Tourism Thanks for Your Patience in Listening To me.!! Oh yeah!! Start with a "BANG" Hey, Guess what??!! Get ready to feel the thunder.!!!
Transcript: A Bangladesh C 3 Where it is DHAKA DHAKA 18.2 Million 13 Feet above Sea level What food do they have? Where is the food? How Much does it cost? Can I order in English? Cusine Fuchka Sheek Kabab Haleem Fuchka Sheek Kabab Haleem Street Vendors Street Vendors Currency rate is $1 = 83.34 Bangladeshi Taka Currency rate is $1 = 83.34 Bangladeshi Taka Sadly you probably wouldn't be able to order in English. Sadly you probably wouldn't be able to order in English. Hotels are alway a great option when staying in a foren country Finding a Place to stay Lakeshore Banani Lakeshore Banani 4.3 Miles from the City center. Free Drinks upon arival Tours of City The Westin Dhaka The Westin Dhaka $220 A Night Multiple restraunts inside to saticfy any palet. HAS A POOL! Hotel 71 Hotel 71 $40 A Night 7 miles from city center Let's Go See Some Sites Places to Visit Shankaria Bazaar Shankaria Bazaar It is in one of the oldest part of the city. Ahsan Manzil Ahsan Manzil RangMahal Sheik Enayet Ullah 1985 1677 Prince Mohammed Azam Shaista Khan Pari Bibi, the Diwan, Quilla Mosque Lalbagh Fort Lalbagh Fort Chittagong Sunrise and Sunset The place changes almost magicly over the corse of high tide to low tide Get away Patenga Sea beach Patenga Sea beach Muslim 89.1%, Hindu 10% Religion Culture and More 1 God Allah Pray 5 times a day Eating only blessed meet Dhaka is the name of a fabric lungi Saris White, Indigo, green, comfy clothes. Clothes Clothes 23.81° N No bad time to go. Climate & Weather Climate & Weather Lines are blurred between the branches in a parliamentary republic Executive Branch recieves extra attention Sheikh Hasina, Abdul Hamid Government Behind the Scenes. parliamentary republic Cerimonial power Head of State Head of Government
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