Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim

Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim

About Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim

The author is a faculty member at Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC), the apex-training institute for the civil servants of Bangladesh.

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UN should redesign Sustainable Development Goals, revise targets under Covid challenge

It is the best time to pursue a truly transformative framework by prioritizing the goals, resetting targets with deadlines and setting the strategic actions to fruitfully implement SDGs and their gradual achievements, writes Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim for South Asia Monitor

Japan-Bangladesh joint project brings paradigm shift in public delivery services

The Cabinet Division of Bangladesh, the executive office of the Prime Minister, has included kaizen in the annual performance agreement (APA) with the allocation of some weightage, writes Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim for South Asia Monitor 

Policy challenges for Bangladesh for the next two decades

The question is whether these initiatives are really sufficient enough to effectively lead Bangladesh in the next 21 years and are we in a position to set a comprehensive plan for short, mid and long-term mission to achieve the vision covering all sectors, writes Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim for South Asia Monitor

Global partnerships will help Bangladesh revive COVID-hit economy

The Bangladesh government is trying its best to restore jobs abroad for the millions of migrant workers so that the large remittance flow continues, writes Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim for South Asia Monitor

Unplanned housing societies are new disaster points in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has faced many a fire disaster where unplanned buildings have collapsed like in the case of the Nimtoli fire, Churihatta fire,  etc that caused huge loss of lives, writes  Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim for South Asia Monitor

Life in the time of coronavirus in Bangladesh - and elsewhere

Humanity has been suffering from an unprecedented attack from coronavirus. From beggar to billionaire, everybody is affected in myriad ways. Every country has stretched its full resources and energy to combat COVID-19

Relocation of global supply chain: Bangladesh should seize the opportunity

From the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries, India is emerging as one of the top alternative manufacturing destinations, writes Dr. Mohammad Rezaul Karim for South Asia Monitor

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