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  • Author:
    Carlo del Ninno Quazi Shahabuddin Paul Dorosh
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The 1998 Floods and Beyond: Towards Comprehensive Food Security in Bangladesh. del Ninno, Carlo, Paul A. Dorosh, Lisa C. Smith and Dilip K. Roy. 2001. and University Press, Ltd. The 1998 Floods in Bangladesh: Disaster Impacts, Household Coping Strategies and Response.

Dorosh P, Ninno C, Shahabuddin Q (eds) (2004) The 1998 floods and beyond towards comprehensive food security in Bangladesh. UPL-IFRI, DhakaGoogle Scholar. 53. Younus M, Bedford R Morad M (2005) Not so high and dry: examination of the patterns of ‘autonomous adjustment’ to major flooding events in Bangladesh.

Disaster relief-Bangladesh. This report examines in detail how the oods affected food security in Bangladesh at the national and household levels and draws lessons for the management of future natural disasters in developing countries

Disaster relief-Bangladesh. This report examines in detail how the oods affected food security in Bangladesh at the national and household levels and draws lessons for the management of future natural disasters in developing countries.

However, inefficiency in the food distribution system may be hindering the realization of the full benefits of these programs.

Stimulated by work pioneered in Bangladesh, the paper outlines a conceptual framework for using poultry as a tool in poverty alleviation. There is now evidence from several countries that small poultry enterprises with adequate institutional support targeting the poorest rural women and their families can help them take the first step out of poverty. However, inefficiency in the food distribution system may be hindering the realization of the full benefits of these programs.

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