UNICEF has been working in Bangladesh for 60 years. During that
time, UNICEF provided emergency relief to thousands of war refugees
and children caught in several of the world’s worst cyclones.
Millions of people have benefited from UNICEF’s health, water and
education programmes. And far away, in Madison Square Garden, a
concert for Bangladesh and for UNICEF changed the world.
UNICEF has nine field offices operating in all six divisions of
Bangladesh. Over 29 field-staff work with partners in local
communities to ensure the proper implementation and monitoring of
The headquarters of UNICEF Bangladesh are located in Dhaka
ICDDR,B is the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease
Research, Bangladesh - an international health research institution
located in Dhaka.
Dedicated to saving lives through research and treatment,
ICDDR,B addresses some of the most critical health concerns facing
the world today, ranging from improving neonatal survival to
HIV/AIDS. In collaboration with academic and research institutions
throughout the world, ICDDR,B conducts research, training and
extension activities, as well as programme-based activities, to
develop and share knowledge for global lifesaving
ICDDR,B has a mix of national and international staff, including
public health scientists,