Coastal Development Partnership

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46th ADB AGM

ADB's 46th Annual Governor's Meeting held in Delhi, India from 2nd May 2013 to 5th May 2013. Beside a number of side events also took place by different organization, groups. CDP is following the ADB project since 1997 and raised voice against their unfair and disastrous projects in Bangladesh and around asia.

CDP participated in the 46th ADB AGM and different side events. CDP is preparing a report on this 46th ADB AGM which will be available in few days.

Earth Day Observation

Coastal Development Partnership organized a Tutu Memorial Drawing Competition among the high school students in Khulna to observe the Earth Day 2013. The competition was devoted to the late founder of the organization Ashraf-Ul-Alam Tutu and was named on him.

50 Students from reknowned high scools in Khulna City participated in the competition. The competition theme was “The face of Climate Change”. The event was inaugurated by Mr. Nazrul Islam Manju (Honorable MP, Khulna 2) and was chaired by the famous Educationist Principal Jafar Imam. Mr. Harun Ur Eashid, District Administrator of Khulna District was present as the Chief Guest. Mokbul Hossain Mintu, President, Khulna Press Club attended the competition as the Special Guest. Mr. Shamol Singh Roy, Central Leader of Bangladesh Krishak League, CDP Advisor Sheikh Abdul Jalil, Editor of Desh Sanjog Mr. Mahbubul Alam Shohag, Hironmoy Mondal of Rupsa, CDP’s Divisional Coordinator S. M. Iqbal Hossain Biplob also attended the competition and motivated the young students by their speech. Rama Das of CDP facilitated the event. Mr. Kanak Rahman, Khulna Bureau Chief of Ekattor TV, Staff Reporter of Bangla Vision Mr. Atiar Parvez and Milon Biswas, Director of Khulna Art Academy was the adjudicator of the Competition.

The Competitors took part in the competition in two categories: Group A: Students from Class 9 to Class 10, Group B: Students from Class 6 to Class 8. At the end of the competition the judges scrutinized all the art works and selected three students from each group as the winners.
The chief guest Mr. Harunur Rashid distributed prizes among the winners. The rest of the participants also recievd gift as the participants.







Doha Climate Graveyard: A Southern reflection of the Climate Change Negotiations at Doha and Beyond

Reflections on Doha

Dhaka, January 07, 2013

A reflection on the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC (COP 18) in Doha by S Jahangir Hasan Masum, Executive Director of Coastal Development Partnership. A critical review on the outcome of Doha Conference.


Transforming Mrginalized Women into Grassroot Climate Leaders

Transforming Mrginalized Women

Durban, 29th November, 2011

S. Jahangir Hasan Masum, Executive Director of Coastal Development Partnership presented the "Transforming Marginalized Women into Grassroot Climate Leaders through Community-Driven Climate Change Adaptation in Bangladesh" in a side event titled "Towards a Low Emission Economy - Pro Poor and Gender Responsive Adaptation and Mitigation: Experience form India and Bangladesh".


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