ACDI/VOCA Bangladesh LPIN women milk

What Does It Take to Improve Nutrition? A Livestock Program’s Experience with Social and Behavior Change in Bangladesh

Published by Agrilinks, February 6, 2020

ACDI/VOCA Bangladesh project participant feeding cows

Where’s the Meat – Ask Women, Youth, and Your Staff for the Answer

Published by USAID’s Learning Lab, December 18, 2019

Muhammad speaking at event

Muhammad Nurul Amin Siddiquee

Chief of Party of Feed the Future Bangladesh Livestock Production for Improved Nutrition and ACDI/VOCA Country Representative in Bangladesh


Cuan Opperman

Chief of Party of Feed the Future Bangladesh Rice and Diversified Crops Activity

Women in cooking competition in Bangladesh

Bangladesh Cooking Competition to Spur Nutritional Awareness Continues

The first regional round of NutriChamps was held on 27 July 2019 in Jashore, Bangladesh. Twenty students from ten local …

Female Sunflower Farmer Increases Earnings Thanks to New Market Linkages

Lipika Mondol, 36, lives in Dacope, a small upazila, or subdistrict, in the Khulna Division of southern Bangladesh. Her family …

Unleashing the Potential of Female Agri-Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh

Business Accelerator Model Ignites Market Connections and Breaks Social Barriers for Women Few female entrepreneurs in southern Bangladesh take their …

Private-Sector Partnerships Make Time-Saving Machinery Accessible in Rural Bangladesh

Rice is the most dominant food crop in Bangladesh. It thrives in the country’s coastal southern regions, but it can …

Cooking Competition Drives Nutritional Awareness & Market Demand in Bangladesh

Cooking competition shows with celebrity chefs and judges have become must-watch TV in Bangladesh. During May’s National Nutrition Week, 20 …

Feed the Future Bangladesh Livestock Production for Improved Nutrition Overview Video

Bangladesh Project Shares Science of Livestock Production with Women Farmers to Great Success

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science, celebrated annually on February 11, recognizes the need to support women …

Market Connections Signal a Brighter Future for Farmers in Bangladesh

Tahmina, who lives in the village of Galachipa in the Barguna District of southwestern Bangladesh, first started farming after one …