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Road Safety Committee Meeting

Centre for Injury Prevention and Research, Bangladesh (CIPRB) in collaboration with Safe Crossings are implementing “Road Safety Demonstration Project: Speed management and Safe Crossings on N2 Highway” in Bangladesh. As an integrated part of the project as well as community involvement, Road Safety Committee (RSC) was formed in July 2014 under projects ACE part. Key ... MORE

CIPRB recently has started Highway intervention Program

After long waiting period and preparatory phase, CIPRB recently has started Highway intervention Program in Nilkuthi, Namapara and kunderpara of Narsingdi District in N2 highway.Together with the Dutch non-profit Safe Crossings, CIPRB is working on improving road safety situation in Bangladesh. This intervention will ensure better road safety and capacity of the highway in the ... MORE

“Regional workshop on drowning prevention in the SEA Region” 15-17 October 2014 at Chiang Mai, Thailand

Prof. Dr. AKM Fazlur Rahman, Executive Director, Centre for Injury Prevention and Research, Bangladesh (CIPRB) participated in the “Regional workshop on drowning prevention in the SEA Region” during 15-17 October 2014 at Chiang Mai, Thailand organized by WHO. As Temporary Adviser to the Regional Director, Prof. Dr. AKM Fazlur Rahman presented paper on “Comprehensive Rural Community ... MORE

DFATD Team observed MPDR Activity in Thakurgaon

On 2nd December 2014, the visiting DFATD Team consisting of Ms. Meaghan Bayers, First Secretary (Development) and Mr. Joseph Sebhatu, First Secretary (Development) of High Commission of Canada in Bangladesh observed a Verbal Autopsy of a neonatal death ... MORE

LSS-EOC & NC training at Sunamganj

CIPRB has been providing implementation support to DGHS and DGFP with the technical assistance from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), UK and The Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society of Bangladesh (OGSB), to conduct Life Saving Skills on-Essential Obstetric Care (LSS-EOC) and Newborn Care (NC) training in 6 districts and 6 medical colleges in Bangladesh. Under the project Making it Happen ... MORE