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Importance of Community Radio in Family Health and Nutritional Awareness Building among Rural Listeners: Survey and GIS Based Approach

Publication Date - 2021-08-24 00:00:00

Project Title : Importance of Community Radio in Family Health and Nutritional Awareness Building among Rural Listeners: Survey and GIS Based Approach

Publicationed By : Md. Mahmudul Hasan

Project Publication Date : 2021-08-24 00:00:00

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Project Description :

Goal: Strategic plan of PSTU and national development goals is to reduce the risk and vulnerability in aspects of climate change of coastal region and all over the Bangladesh. If the research work will be done successfully, it will help the coastal people to save from climatic hazards and ensured their livelihood, health and nutrition. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF THE PROPOSAL: 1. To analyze and find out present situation of the community radio. 2. To explore the opportunities and effectiveness of community FM radio programs on family health and nutrition awareness in Bangladesh. 3. To suggest an effective model using GIS and RS for successful communication and dissemination of health and nutrition related information.

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