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Water, sanitation, hygiene and waste disposal practices as COVID-19 response strategy: insights from Bangladesh
- MedicineEnvironment, Development and Sustainability
Investigation of water, sanitation and hygienic behaviour, protective equipment use and their disposal practices among Bangladeshi residents amid the COVID-19 pandemic found that gender, occupation, area of residence, and level of education of the participants mainly influence the WASH and waste disposal practices.
Hits and misses of Bangladesh National Health Policy 2011
- Political Science, MedicineJournal of pharmacy & bioallied sciences
The pros and cons of the Bangladesh NHP 1990 and the positive aspects and challenges of the NHP 2011 are addressed.
Racism and Health: Evidence and Needed Research.
- MedicineAnnual review of public health
An overview of the evidence linking the primary domains of racism-structural racism, cultural racism, and individual-level discrimination-to mental and physical health outcomes is provided.
Water, sanitation and hygiene practices among ethnic communities in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh
- Int J Curr Res