My country name is bangladesh

Bangladesh was named after the song “Namo Namo Namo” written by Kazi Nazrulin Islam. It was sung during the freedom movement in the 1920s.


Ancient Bengal was inhabited for over 20,000 year. The Pala empire was an imperial power during the late classical period on the Indian subcontinent. The Gangaridai kingdom was an important trading center. The site is also identified as the prosperous trading center of Souanagouria listed on 49.

Ancient Indian rulers were very rich and powerful. Their currency, banking, shipping, and architecture were developed. The ancient universities of Vikrampuri and Mainamati hosted many famous scholars and students from other Asian countries. Xuanzang of China was a renowned scholar who lived at the Somapura mahavihara (the largest monastery in ancient India). Atisa travelled from Bengal, to Tibet to preach buddhism. The earliest form of bengali language emerged during the 8th century.


Bangladesh is a landlocked country in South Asia. It borders India, Myanmar, Bhutan, Nepal, and China. The capital city is Dhaka. The population is about 171 million people.A dense population of Muslims living in a land of bengals.

Bangladesh is a beautiful country to see. It is also a land of many languages. It celebrates International Mother Language Day every year on 21st February. It is the only country that sacrifices lives for language. Bangladesh is growing economically and it exports goods. Bangladesh is a leader in world garment exporting. Bangladesh has a very nice history behind. 

In 1971, this country got independence from India after a nine month war.Lots of people died in that time. On December 16th, Pakistan surrendered and we got a New Nation. Thus Victory Day is celebrated on the 16th December.


Bangladesh is a country located in South Asia. It borders India to the west, Assam to the northeast, Burma to the south, and Myanmar to the southeast. The northern part of Bangladesh opens into the Bay of Bengal.


There are three types of soil in Bangladesh: old alluvial soils (brown), recent alluvial soils (pale brown), and hill soils (dark red). Old alluvial soils are rich in iron and poor in nutrients. Recent alluvial soils are light brown and nutrient-poor. Hill soils are very fertile and nutrient-rich.


To the government of Bangladesh, provide Rohingya refugees with legal status, documents that recognize them as refugees, and access to free and adequate educational opportunities for all children. Respect the rights of Rohingya refugees to freedom of movement, and take all feasible steps to ensure the humanitarian standards enumerated in SPHERE standards are met.

The Kutupalong-Balikheli camp expansion is needed because there are too many people living in this area. The government needs to relocate these people to other areas. There are also problems with landslides and floods in this area. People need to be moved to safer places. Also, cyclone shelters should be built so that people can evacuate if there is a flood or landslide.

The plan to move Rohingya refugees to Bhasa Char Island must be terminated. Independent experts should be consulted about whether or not the island is suitable for the accommodation and resettlement of refugees. Refugees should be given freedom of movement on and around the island. Women, people with disabilities, children, and other vulnerable groups should be given more rights and protections.

Refugees should be engaged in environmental conservation, climate mitigation activities, and infrastructure development. Basic services for persons with disabilities should be provided. Children with disabilities should be helped access education.

Persons with disabilities should be given priority when receiving aid. This includes refugees who were displaced because of recent violence in their home countries. International organizations should coordinate relief efforts for these people.

Ratify the 1951 Refugee Convention. Enact legislation to implement the conventions. Allow outside scrutiny and generate trust amongst the refugee population. Publish the Memorandum of Understanding regarding data sharing and repatriation signed with the government of Myanmar and UNHCR.

To Humanitarian Agencies

The Rohingya people should be treated as refugees by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and given access to basic human rights such as shelter, water, sanitation, health care, education, and work. The UNHCR must also coordinate the international community’s efforts to provide aid to the Rohingya people.

Humanitarian Assistance Projects should incorporate protection measures, targeted services and staff training into all projects to meet the specific needs of refugees at risk. These include unaccompanied children, families traveling together with young children, victims who have experienced or are at risk of human trafficking, women traveling alone, pregnant and lactating women, LGBT people, older people, disabled people, and those living in vulnerable situations.

Lighting should be installed throughout camps, and especially around toilets and washing blocks. Bathrooms should be accessible for people with disabilities. Toilets should be adapted so they can be used by people who need privacy and dignity.

Ensure alternative means of distribution and distribution of food for people with disability and other groups such as elderly people. Advocate and work towards establishing and implementing psycho-social support programs in refugee camps.

Half Of The World’s Poor Live In Just 5 Countries

The 5 countries with the largest numbers of extreme poor people are: India, Nigeria, Democratic Rep. of Congo, Ethiopia, Bangladesh. These countries are also the most populous countries in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. To reduce extreme poverty, large reductions in poverty will be needed in these 5 countries.

Extreme poverty in India and Bangladesh is projected to be reduced to near zero by 2030. However, extreme poverty in Nigeria, Congo, and Ethiopia is still expected to be very high in 2030. In addition, the report emphasizes that we need to work toward eliminating extreme poverty worldwide.

To learn more about poverty, read the recently released report titled “Poverty and Shared Prosperity” by the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP).

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