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Bangladesh

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Transcript of Bangladesh

Culture
Food-
Physical characteristics
Global issues
Water- 97% of the people in Bangladesh have access to water but only 40% have access to proper sanitation, with 60% of the population that has unsafe drinking water.

References
Bangladesh
Introduction
Bangladesh is located East of India and North of the Bay of Bengal. Over 156.6 million people live in Bangladesh, Last counted in 2011. There is 77 124 250 million males and 81 446 285 million females in Bangladesh (last recorded in 2011-2012 est). The Bangladesh currency is Taka. Bangladesh has 147.570 thousand square kilometres of land.
http://www.google.com.au/#q=bangladesh+population&safe=on
http://travel.nationalgeographic.com.au/travel/countries/bangladesh-map/
religion
http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/bangladesh.html
Religion-
85% of Bangladesh population practice Muslim, 15% practice Hindi & other


Tradition-
There is a strong tradition of dance and music in Bangladesh some of the festivals last over 2 days.

Birth, naming ceremony, marriage, and death are a big impact to Bangladesh even if they don't one another they would still celebrate.. Bangladesh and religious group have their own unique way to mark these traditions.

Rice is the most common food for the Bengali people in Bangladesh. Lentils fish and vegetables are the main dishes. A normal Bangladesh meal can include beef or sometimes things like mutton, chicken and egg. Vegetables can be cooked with a spicy sauce around it or a mustard oil served with plain rice. Drinks in Bangladesh are quite popular but the most popular is chai with is a sweet milky tea or lassi which is a nice thick yogurt.
http://www.journeymart.com/de/bangladesh/food.aspx
https://www.google.com.au/?gws_rd=ssl#q=physical+characteristics+of+bangladesh
http://www.discoverybangladesh.com/meetbangladesh/statistic.html
Map of Bangladesh
The Bangladesh flag
https://www.google.com.au/search?q=bangladesh
http://en.worldstat.info/Asia/Bangladesh
That picture pie graph shows the different laungages in Bangladesh.
Floods in Bangladesh
https://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Geography_of_Bangladesh.html
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/geography/water_rivers/river_flooding_management_rev6.shtml
http://thewaterproject.org/water-in-crisis-bangladesh
Education- Literacy rate is low and there is a significant disparity between female and male literacy rates. However, with on going awareness of both the government and NGO's, literacy rate has been going up. Bangladesh gets International Literacy Prize 1998 from UNESCO for its ongoing literacy rate. It is targeted that, the country will be illiteracy-free by the year 2005.
http://www.bangla2000.com/bangladesh/education.shtm
Bangladesh is a tropical monsoonical country (monsoon means a seasonal prevailing wind in the region) Bangladesh is mainly a flat region but there is a range of hills in the south east of Bangladesh. Bangladesh has 3 major rivers named 1.Ganges, 2.The Brahmaputra and 3.The Meghna, Bangladesh has experienced alot of natural disasters such as heavy rainfalls causing floods and also droughts and typhoons.
Waste-Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated cities. Due to lack of infrastructure, knowledge for proper method, technological assistance as well as socio-economic barriers, this city lacks an efficient garbage management system.

Occasionally social workers and organizations working on environmental issues raised their voices about this neglected problem but with the outburst soon faded away. The air and environment already polluted by vehicles with old engines and no catalytic converters is further being polluted by the gas these wastes release. Garbage is clogging the roads and blocking the drains turning the road and the pipelines into more trafficked pathways. Infectious and contagious diseases are gaining pace, affecting more and more people with time
Achievements in Bangladesh
Health- 1.35 million people were reached through primary healthcare and community-based nutrition projects.
Concern raised awareness of HIV and AIDS transmission and prevention among local charity organizations and communities

Education- •24,620 children in 75 schools benefited from a new project to improve the quality of and access to education
•Concern trained more than 3,700 teachers and school management committee members
•More than 36,200 people (almost half of them women and adolescent girls) developed new vocational skills and entrepreneurial training

Pictures in Bangladesh
A classroom in Bangladesh
How Bangladesh people get around
Waste in Dhaka, This is how bad it is!
This is what they have to carry to get water that is not even clean
Charities in Bangladesh
Waste- 2 Websites that i found that can help the problem of waste and that you can donate.
http://globalchallenge.mit.edu/problems/view/69
http://www.actionaid.org/bangladesh?
A few websites that help Bangladesh in General
http://www.plan.org.au/Our-Work/Countries-we-work-in/Asia/Bangladesh.aspx
https://www.concern.net/where-we-work/asia/bangladesh



Water- 1 water charity that people try and donate and help the water problem in Bangladesh.
http://www.charitywater.org/blog/category/countries/countries-bangladesh/
festivals in Bangladesh
Human environment interaction in Bangladesh
Positives-1. planting mangroves one of the most important activity because it prevents coast erosion ( which means coastlines that occurs through currents and waves and the results can cause loss of homes). 2. CNG vehicle is running in the city, the auto emission from CNG vehicle is much fewer than the diesel and gasoline vehicle. CNG vehicles promote more effective use of natural gas and keeps the air clean.
Negatives-1. people are afflicted by air pollution from auto emission. 2. severe wave erosions are caused by floods during heavy rainfall. 3. there are weak infrastructures that are insufficeint to protect human life, houses and livestock.
http://bangladesh-info.weebly.com/humanenvironment-interaction.html
Bangladesh charities
unicef- helps people have access to safe drinking water.
globalchallange/bangladesh - helps reduce the waste in Bangladesh.
concern.net- helps with bangladesh in genural with evering thing they need



lassi
chai
mustard oil
Conclusion
conclusion- overall Bangladesh would be a wonderful place to help and visit them. All they need is water and help with education so more people can help and get them to school and help with the money side of things.
2005 Bangladesh came illiteracy free, also only 40% of Bangladesh have access to safe drinking water and proper sanitation.

All we need to do is donate and help Bangladesh with there awful issues in Bangladesh like water (pollution) and waste also Education.




Muhammad Yunus
Muhammad Yunus was born on the 28th of June, 1940, in a village called Bathua, he went to 3 university's and 1 collage. He was an Economist and Banker. In 1974 he became interested in poverty reduction methods after a famine struck Bangladesh in 1974. He also raised support for the liberation war in 1971, he raised quite a fair bit of money. Now he is a chairman at the Yunus centre. He thinks of ways to help people and the community the best he can!
The man himself
part 4
My charity is the organization that helps Bangladesh children and its called plan. Plan was founded by british journalist John Lang don- Davis in 1937. He began moving orphaned and displayed children to safe camps in France, where the kids received medical care, food, shelter and clothes. After 75 years this great organization has had over 56 million children in 50 devolping countries and raises funds in 21 countries.

They have been working with communities in some of the poorest parts of Bangladesh since 1994 to create a better life for children the witness wars.

The sign for the plan charity
The gross brown water in Bangladesh compared to our safe clean drinking water in Australia
Indigenous people
Bangladesh indigenous people- out of everyone in Bangladesh 3 million of the population are indigenous people, belonging to 54 ethic groups, these people live in the north of Bangladesh and Chittagong Hill Tracts.






A map of where they are living
Indigenous peoples in Bangladesh
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