Authorities’ lack of action is as dangerous as the disease itself
Lack of public toilets in the capital and elsewhere is causing much suffering
In Old Dhaka’s Bangshal stands a park in the shape of a triangle. It used to provide citizens with an avenue to go on morning and evening walks, or spend their leisure surrounded by greenery.
Continued pollution leading to public health and environmental crises
Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) today (September 1, 2022) handed over flats to its 170 garbage management workers at 14th outfall in Dhaka.
Authorities should take a fresh look at the dengue situation
. According to one study, about 5,000 tonnes of waste is being generated in Dhaka city every day.
Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) Mayor Sheikh Fazle Noor Taposh said that cleaners will start to remove the waste of sacrificial animals from 2pm today (July 10, 2022).
Dhaka is at risk of a major dengue outbreak this year compared to the last couple of years, as clear, stagnant water, the breeding ground for Aedes mosquitoes, at under-construction buildings is abundant this time around.
The condition which the residents of East Jurain, under Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC), have been living in for years is unbelievable.