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Articles by Mosiur Rahman
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  Mosiur Rahman , Jahirul Islam and Tapan Kumar Roy
  Since war of Liberation different NGOs are working in Bangladesh for poverty alleviation, BRAC is one of them. Our study aims to get the idea about group based work and develop memberís capability. This cover the area of consciousness about dowry system, family planning, performance of training, utilizes training of the group members after membership. Both bi-variate and multi-variate analysis are performed. The study found that 85.3% of the members were received training and the percentage for utilize training are 36.7. About 57.3% participate regularly for group discussion, in addition, 97.3% members said that they take family planning and 90% said that their social relation increase after membership. In correlation analysis, social relation is associated with social activity. Regular participation for group discussion is associated with social security, each other relationship and increase social activity after membership. Path analysis reveals that increase social status has significant direct negative effects while social relation increase has significant direct positive effect on participate regularly for group discussion. Effect on dowry system on participate regularly group discussion is found to be negative.
  Mosiur Rahman , Sumaiya Abedin , Kamruzzaman and Nurul Islam
  This study investigate, the various issues of empowerment and reproductive behavior of married women such as health status, decision making of reproductive behavior etc in some selected areas of Chapai Nawabganj district, using the information from 500 ever married women within the reproductive span (15-49 years). Findings reveal that women are found less concerned and deprived to take decision about their own health as well as their child health. The data shows that 55.0% women received antenatal care during their last pregnancy but only 4.5% has participated in decision making about their antenatal care. At postnatal period, 51.65 and 58.78% women took treatment for themselves and their child, respectively but only 5.14%s has participated in decision making about their postnatal care. The logistic analysis shows that respondentís current age, education, occupation, husbandís education, per capita yearly income, assistance during delivery and decision for household affairs are mostly associated with antenatal caster seeking behavior of married women.
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