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About Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a key Indo-Pacific partner in South Asia. With nearly one in three people living in poverty, the country faces immense development hurdles as it approaches an important crossroads in its democratic evolution. The United States partners with Bangladesh to overcome challenges that undermine equitable economic growth and democratic stability.

Committed to helping Bangladesh achieve its goal of attaining middle-income status by 2024, USAID builds self-reliance by strengthening Bangladesh’s ability to plan, finance and implement its own development solutions.

Last updated: July 09, 2019

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

Derrick Brown, Mission Director
Madani Avenue
+880 (2) 5566-2000

USAID Contact

Mackenzie Keller, Bangladesh Desk Officer
U.S. Agency for International Development
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
, DC 
(202) 216-3294