Global Development & Research Initiative (GDRI)
Global Development & Research Initiative (GDRI) is a non-profit research organization registered with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies and Firms in Bangladesh. We conduct development research on issues related to gender, education, health, poverty, agriculture, food security, climate change and disaster in Bangladesh. We specialize in conducting surveys and field experiments to objectively evaluate different projects and programs and understand issues of public policy interest in Bangladesh. We build on strong team of international researchers who are interested to understand about socio-economic development in Bangladesh.
Our mission is to make positive changes in the society, provide evidence based solution, and promoting social well-being. We work closely with universities and research organizations across the globe to produce evidence based results that could lead to important policy implication in Bangladesh.
The Early Childhood Intervention and Parental Involvement in Bangladeshsh
Early childhood is widely recognised as a critical phase of human development, and interventions targeted at this stage have a farther reaching impact than those targeted later in life. Preschool education has been found to confer significant benefits on children in developed countries.
- Seminar on "Early Childhood Parental Intervention & Parental Invlovement in Bangladesh"
Speaker: Dr.Asadul Islam
Associate professor, Monash University, Australia
Venue: CSS Ava center, Khulna.
Seminar on the Improving Educational outcomes through parental involvement evidence from randomized experiment in Bangladesh held on 12th December 2014.
- Seminar on the Randomized experiments to evaluate efficacy of greater parental involvement and supplementary teaching in Bangladesh held on 5th January 2015
- Teams, Organization and Education Outcomes: Evidence from a field experiment in Bangladesh >>Download
- Gender Bias in Parental Attitude: An Experimental Approach
- Do Friends Improve Female Education? The Case of Bangladesh >>Download
- Parent-Teacher Meetings and Student Outcomes: Evidence from Field Experiments in Remote Communities >>Download
- Whose voice matters? An experimental examination of women empowerment in microfinance >>Download
- The Early Childhood Intervention and Parental Involvement in Bangladesh
- Financial literacy and trading behaviour of small investors in stock market
- Can Learning Chess Improve Student Creativity? A field experiment in Bangladesh
- Improving educational outcomes of female and disadvantaged primary school students: randomized experiments to evaluate efficacy of supplementary teaching in Bangladesh
- Technology adoption, System of Rice Intensification and Food Security in rural Bangladesh