Increasing agricultural yield is an important objective of U.S. development activities in Bangladesh
Bangladeshi youth rally on the Anti-Corruption Day
A happy mother with her young child at a community basic healthcare clinic in Bangladesh
Female beneficiaries, living in the slums of Central Bangladesh are learning to weave baskets
USAID-supported MAMA partnership wins Fast Company service design award.
Bangladesh, a key ally of the United States, is one of the most densely populated and poorest countries in the world, with a population of 156 million. American assistance to this moderate Muslim-majority nation includes support for free, fair and credible elections and more transparent and accountable governance; support for a better educated, healthier and more productive population; and resources to increase economic opportunities through equitable economic growth, improved food security and disaster mitigation and preparedness.
Last updated: May 08, 2013