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In order to provide safe food for controlling non-communicable diseases, necessary steps should be taken by various government agencies to ensure effective implementation of existing laws and policies. Speakers expressed this in a discussion meeting at Institute of Public Health on 11 April 2018. The meeting titled “Ensuring healthy food for NCD control” jointly organized by NCDC-DGHS, Work for a Better Bangladesh Trust and CNRS. ...
it is necessary to emphasize on providing healthy food instead of unhealthy food in the canteens of different institutions including educational institutions, offices and hospitals. Speakers expressed the opinion at a seminar titled “Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds: The Importance of Healthy Canteens” organized by Work for a Better Bangladesh (WBB) Trust and Institute of Wellbeing. ...
To create awareness about the prevention of .children’s death causes by cancer, Work for a Better Bangladesh (WBB) Trust organized mass-awareness campaign at Ekushey Book Fair on 15 February 2017. ...
priority to build a preventive health system, health development surcharge needs to spend for Tobacco and NCDs control. Although many initiatives has taken by the government including the imposition of surcharge, but due to the economic crisis it is not possible to adopt long-term planning and implementation of tobacco control programs. Speakers expressed this in discussion meeting held at Public Health Foundation (PHF) meeting room jointly organized by Work for a Better Bangladesh (WBB) Trust and Public Health Foundation 04 December 2016.  ...
to the influence of aggressive campaign, children's are heading towards harmful sugary drinks and unhealthy foods like chips, which is making the next generation sick. Cancer, heart disease, stroke, hypertension rates are increasing as a deadly epidemic as the result of the harmful fast food, junk food and sugary drinks (soft drinks, energy drinks and beverages) consumption. Prevalence of cardiovascular disease and cancer is seen also among the children. False and misleading advertisement should be banned to bring away young ...