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Training Series by Ministry of Environment and Forest, Asian Development Bank and Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies

 The  Ministry of Environment and Forest (MOEF) along with financial support and facilitation by the Asian Development Bank and Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies put together a series of training courses on the following themes- Energy Security and Climate Change, Livelihood Security and Climate Change, Food Security and Climate Change, Water Security and Climate Change. The trainings were conducted in hotels Lake Breeze and Lake Shore respectively. This training session was primarily targeted to mid-level officials of key government organization and non government organizations as well as donor agencies involved in climate change projects.

The overall aim of these trainings was to strengthen Bangladesh Governments’ capacity in implementing The Bangladesh Climate Change Strategy Action Plan (BCCSAP).

The training under each theme was carried out for a period of three days. The training sessions were conducted by the ADB Team which included Syed Tanveer Hussain Former Secretary of MOEF and Team Leader, Arif M.Faisal ADB Representative, Dr Aftabuddin Ahmed ADB Consultant and Dr SMA Rashid ADB Consultant. In addition to the ADB team, guest speakers contributed their knowledge and expertise in different sessions such as Surojit Bose of Pricewater House Coopers, Dr Ijaz Hossain of BUET and Dr Ghulam Hussain of BARC.  The participants included representatives from ministries, NGOs, academic institutions as well as students. In each training session the presentations were followed by a question and answer session by the participants and each session ended with a group work by the participants.

Training Series by Ministry of Environment and Forest, Asian Development Bank  and  Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies

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