Research Grant Reports

Research reports are the result of NFPCSP’s efforts to expand and deepen the capacity within civil society to conduct food security related research, and to establish stronger links between the policy analysts in the Government of Bangladesh and the researchers in civil society, such as private enterprises, universities, research centers, think tanks, and non-governmental organizations. more

Title Date of publicationsort icon
Research summary to: Trends in the availability of agriculture land in Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Sustainability of Ground Water Use for Irrigation in Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Bangladesh's rice procurement system and possible alternatives in supporting farmers’ income and sustaining production incentives Jun 2014
Research summary to: Structure, conduct and performance of the rice market and the impact of technological changes in milling Jun 2014
Research summary to: Policy Options for Supporting Agricultural Diversification in Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Improving the performance of the marketing system for fruits and vegetables in Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: The Role of Credit in Food Production and Food Security in Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Improving the Targeting Effectiveness of Social Safety-nets in Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Social Safety Nets and Productive Outcomes: Evidence and Implications for Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Adapting social safety-net programs to climate change shocks: issues and options for Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Rural-urban Migration and its Implications for Food Security in Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Desirable Dietary Pattern for Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Food Composition Table for Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Development of a Complementary Feeding Manual for Bangladesh Jun 2014
Research summary to: Consumption of Unsafe Foods: Heavy Metal, Mineral and Trace Element Contamination Jun 2014

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