Agricultural Policy Support Unit (APSU)

Ministry of Agriculture

Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh

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    The Ministry of Agriculture is preparing to implement the Bt brinjal impact assessment study. On 6 August 2017, the Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE), Agricultural Policy Support Unit (APSU), and Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI) […]

  • Training for Bt Brinjal Census

    Bangladesh is the first South Asian country to approve commercial cultivation of a genetically modified food crop: brinjal (eggplant). Although advancements in agricultural biotechnology like Bt brinjal could accelerate food production to meet the demand of Bangladesh’s […]

  • Developing the Seed Sector: What Role for Policy?
  • ANGeL Trains Community Women as Nutrition Champions

    From May 29-31, 25 local female community nutrition workers, referred to as “ANGeL Pushti Kormis” (APKs), were selected to train households on nutrition behavior change communication (BCC) under the Ministry of Agriculture’s two-year Agriculture, Nutrition, […]

  • Ministry Trainings Link Agriculture and Nutrition

    From May 8-12, 25 SAAOs from the Department of Agricultural Extension, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of Bangladesh were trained on agriculture production and nutrition for the Ministry of Agriculture’s two-year Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender Linkages […]

  • ANGeL Launches Training of Trainers

    The first of five training of trainers was launched in Mushroom Center, Savar for the Ministry of Agriculture’s Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender Linkages (ANGeL) pilot project. From April 19-21, 25 Sub-Assistant Agriculture Officers (SAAOs) from […]

  • Provide evidence- based policy options to enhance and sustain agricultural production

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  • Launching ANGeL Project

    The Ministry of Agriculture’s two-year Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender Linkages (ANGeL) Project was officially launched by the Honorable Minister of Agriculture Matia Chowdhury on October 29, 2015 at the Agricultural Policy Support Unit of the […]

  • Seeking Evidence-Based Policy Solutions To Poverty And Malnutrition In Bangladesh

    Food and nutrition security depends not only on food production and consumption but also on the policies that aect food systems, from farm to table. Since 1988, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) has had a […]

  • Selection and Prioritization of Agricultural Projects in Bangladesh: Plan For Five Years FY 2015 – FY 2019

    On 18 March 2014, the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) held a meeting to discuss its plan of action for selection and prioritization of projects to implement during the five-year period from fiscal year (FY) 2014/15 […]