Tag: Bangladesh


Branding Breastfeeding at Work

Can branding help convince business owners to provide better maternity protection services to women in their employ? Can Bangladeshi working women truly achieve work-life balance, without compromising either, and without feeling guilty or attracting social disapproval?Continue Reading..


Behavior Change | Clean Cooking in Bangladesh


In 2016, the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves contracted social and behavior change communication (SBCC)¬†agency Purplewood, to carry out a pilot behavior change and demand generation campaign in 12 districts. PW distanced the effort from existing associations of improved cookstoves and adopted a category branding approach. The category was called, ‘Modern Stoves’. By the end of the campaign, brand, logo and product benefit recall had jumped to 80 percent. The following are some learnings from the effort.Continue Reading..


Preventing Public Urination: A Strategic Blunder?

By Adnan R Amin

A video titled ‘Language Matters‘ has been making the rounds in Bangladeshi social-media circles. It’s about stopping public urination. It explores the utility of Arabic warnings to ward off public urinators. The using of a religious misconception to prevent a social evil is clever. But what if it also reinforces and lends credence to that misconception?

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