State and USAID: Bangladesh, the worlds seventh most-populous country and third largest Muslim-majority country, is a key strategic partner for the United States in South Asia. Bangladesh provides a moderate, tolerant and democratic alternative to violent extremism, promotes stability in a troubled region, sustains global peace as a major contributor of forces to peacekeeping operations, and contributes to global food security. Increasing economic opportunities, improving governance, and expanding social services will bolster private investment. Productive enterprises and broad-based economic growth will provide families with incomes to escape poverty resulting in a better quality of life and improved management of land and other natural resources. For the last decade, Bangladeshs economy has grown at an annual rate of about 5.8 percent, leading to a reduction of the poverty rate from 41 percent to 31.5 percent despite frequent natural disasters and significant development challenges. At the same time, dramatic improvements in public health have cut under-five mortality by 60 percent and maternal mortality by 66 percent. Despite these impressive gains, key challenges remain, including poor governance and rule of law, food insecurity, under-nutrition, and inadequate health care. More than 48 million Bangladeshis still live in poverty, 30 percent of women are chronically undernourished and 41 percent of children under five are stunted. U.S. assistance will address these problems and support efforts to stabilize Bangladeshs democracy. (Source: Congressional Budget Justification FY 2015)
World Bank Statistics
|Per Capita Income (2012)||$840.00
|Annual % Population Growth (2012)||1.19 %
|% Urban Population (2012)||28.89 %
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