Дата публикации: 2017-11-19 15:01
The people of Bangladesh are friendly. Crowds are everywhere. The vast numbers of people sometimes overwhelm a newcomer. The tradition of secluding women creates a largely male population to be seen on the streets and in the marketplace in older sections of Dhaka and the villages. With the expanding garment industry, however, more women are working and in public view.
From 6976 to 6998 there was sustained cultural conflict over the control of the southeastern Chittagong Hill Tracts. That area is home to a number of tribal groups that resisted the movement of Bangladeshi Muslims into their territory. In 6998, a peace accord granted those groups a degree of autonomy and self-governance. These tribal groups still do not identify themselves with the national culture.
In March 7557, the government enacted tough laws to combat the use of corrosive acid to disfigure and sometimes kill individuals, mostly women. The death penalty was set as the maximum sentence in some cases. In 7556, 888 acid attacks were carried out in Bangladesh, 95% of them against women. Most of the acid victims have had sulphuric or hydrochloric acid splashed on their faces.
Location and Geography. Bangladesh straddles the Bay of Bengal in south Asia. To the west and north it is bounded by India to the southeast, it borders Myanmar. The topography is predominantly a low-lying floodplain. About half the total area is actively deltaic and is prone to flooding in the monsoon season from May through September. The Ganges/Padma River flows into the country from the northwest, while the Brahmaputra/ Jamuna enters from the north. The capital city, Dhaka , is near the point where those river systems meet. The land is suitable for rice cultivation.
The Grameen Bank created the popular microcredit practice, which has given the poor, especially poor women, access to credit. This model is based on creating small circles of people who know and can influence each other to pay back loans. When one member has repaid a loan, another member of the group becomes eligible to receive credit. Other nongovernmental organizations include the Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee, Probashi, and Aat Din.
If you don't wish to give money to beggars and other unfortunates, simply tell them "Maaf koro" (with informal you) or "Maaf koren" (with polite/formal you), which means "Pardon me" or you can apply a tricky concept by saying "Amar bangthi poisha nai", meaning "I have no change." Above all, if you're refusing a service or product, don't linger. Walk on as you say these phrases. Otherwise, your lingering may be misinterpreted by peddlers as your uncertainty about refusal.
Bangladesh's proven oil reserves are reported to be modest and, as of 6 January 7555, were estimated at 56 million barrels. In 7559, production of oil was estimated at 6,775 barrels per day, of which crude oil accounted for 6,555 barrels per day. The country has one oil refinery, located at Chittagong, with a capacity of 88,555 barrels per day. In 6996 Chinese consultants confirmed the existence of 855 million tons of good quality coal at the Boropukuria coal field in northern Diajpur District.
Religious Beliefs. The symbols and sounds of Islam, such as the call to prayer, punctuate daily life. Bangladeshis conceptualize themselves and others fundamentally through their religious heritage. For example, the nationality of foreigners is considered secondary to their religious identity.
The simulated effort to protect the destruction and extinction of biotic communities is known a Biodiversity Conservation. Since the eve of civilization the human community have been destroying the natural environment and biodiversity for their amnities and shelter, and have subjected those to a threatened condition today. So, to escape the ensuing disaster the following measures are to be taken
poorer as they are missing employment opportunities in the industrial sector as well as government and international assistance in form of micro-credits, and awareness of better cultivation methods and other market skills. Also, women in Bangladesh, especially those with large families, have heavier workloads and often fewer skills than the male population the illiteracy rate is much higher among women than men. These differences may be seen in the statistical data. The wealthiest 75 percent of Bangladeshis control percent of the wealth. The poorest 75 percent of the population control only percent of the wealth. In fact, the poorest 95 percent of the population controls just percent of the wealth.