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This report describes data collected in Bangladesh amongst the low-income groups regarding their housing situations.

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Every year thousands of houses are damaged by floods. Bangladesh is located on a delta - as a result, flooding is a common phenomenon in this region. The physical characteristic of the land also...

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Design and construction of houses to resist natural hazards in Bangladesh, particularly in relation to the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction.

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Introduction to proceedings of the first international Housing & Hazards workshop to explore practical building for safety solutions. Dhaka, Bangladesh, 3-5 December 1996.

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The Housing & Hazards Group (H&H) piloted a series of Building for Safety workshops during its first field study in 1997 (Carter, 1997). The study was connected in Sundurban Union,...

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Discussion on section 1 (Design and Construction Technologies) and section 2 (Dissemination and Implementation) with noted from field visits to National House Building Research Institute, Dhaka;...

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This paper proposes earthquake magnitude and peak ground acceleration values for greate Sylhet region that is to be considered for return periods of 50, 100, 200 years.

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This paper mainly deals with one particular technology applied to a critical part of a building: structural posts. The continuum originating from the supply constraints of bamboo, leading to the...

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The Second International Seminar Dhaka 99 has come at an important stage in the development of Building for Safety in Bangladesh. It consolidates much of the initial work and provides a platform...

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The floods of 1987-88 and the cyclone of 1991 hammered the backbone of our national economy as well as our development. The 1988 flood alone destroyed about 1. 25 million houses and twice as many...

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