CDSP IV has been awarded another international recognition "International Positive Social Impact Award 2018". The award has been received by Mott MacDonald from British Expertise International.
The 1st Field level Stakeholder Workshop on CDSP IV Results and impacts has been organized by CDSP IV on 19th March 2018 at CDSP IV Site Office, Kaladur Bazar, Char Nangulia, Hatiya, Noakhali Key objectives were (i) Gather opinions of project stakeholders on the key outcomes and draw lessons for ...
Women in rural Bangladesh rarely get an opportunity to work outside their homes and earn their own income. Now hundreds of thousands of women are being employed on construction sites across the country, helping to build and maintain infrastructure in their communities whilst working their way out of poverty.
Government of Bangladesh has awarded the National Tree Plantation Award 2017 to Forest Department, Implementing partner of CDSP-IV. CDSP-IV is a joint venture project funded by IFAD, Kingdom of the Netherlands and Government of Bangladesh. CDSP-IV is being implemented by six GoB agencies and four partner agencies. Forest Department (FD) ...
International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD) has awarded the IFAD Gender Award 2017 to Char Development and Settlement Project (CDSP), Phase-IV of Bangladesh which is being implemented in the south-eastern coastal belts. The award has been handed over to Mr. Bazlul Karim, Deputy Team Leader of CDSP-IV by Mr. Nigel ...
In Bangladesh, rising sea levels and increasingly regular flooding erodes the land, leaving thousands of people homeless and landless each year. Obtaining land rights on reclaimed land that they are illegally occupying, and protecting this land from future disasters, gives displaced people a chance for a secure future. https://youtu.be/vDtyvwWT270
The coast of Bangladesh is known as a zone of multiple vulnerabilities as well as opportunities. It is prone to severe natural disasters, such as cyclones, storm surges, floods, etc. In combination with other natural and man-made hazards, such as erosion, the high arsenic contents of groundwater, water logging, water ...
Social forestry activities: such as the establishment of shelter belts to protect chars from storms and cyclones. Mangrove plantation helps in the development of newly accreted char. Foreshore, block, embankment and other strip plantation support for the protection of inhabitants and internal infrastructures from the cyclone surge and storm as ...
Eighty per cent of Bangladesh lies on a floodplain less than 5 metres above sea level. As sea levels rise and seasonal storms become more severe, millions of farmers living along the country's southern coast could lose their land and livelihoods, putting the entire country's food security at risk. Fighting ...