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Expat Women Living in Bangladesh

 
If you are (or plan to be) an expat living in Bangladesh, please find below a list of expat clubs, schools, general links for women living in Bangladesh country information and more...
 
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Dhaka American Women's Club
www.awcdhaka.org
The DAWC is an exciting, dynamic and independent organization committed to furthering fellowship within the American community and also with the larger Bangladeshi community.
 
Newcomers Clubs in Bangladesh
http://www.newcomersclub.com/bd.html
 
United Bangladesh Appeal
http://www.unitedbangladeshappeal.org/
United Bangladesh Appeal (UBA) is an umbrella organization seeking to leverage the power of the global expatriate networks to help Bangladesh. UBA actually consists of a number of existing expatriate Bangladeshi organizations who came together in the aftermath of Hurricane Sidr in order to unify the expatriate Bangladeshi community towards a common goal.
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Bangladesh International Community News
http://bicn.com/
Your guide to Bangladesh-related resources on- & off-line
 
Virtual Bangladesh
http://www.virtualbangladesh.com/bd_contents.html
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Aga Khan Education Services (AKES)
http://www.agakhanschools.org/
The Aga Khan Education Services (AKES) has a long tradition of leadership in educational development. The foundations of the present system were laid by Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III, under whose guidance over 200 schools were established during the first half of the 20th century, the first of them in 1905 in Zanzibar, Gwadur in Pakistan and Mundra in India.
 
American International School
http://www.ais-dhaka.net/
The American International School/Dhaka (AIS/D) is an independent, coeducational day school which offers an educational program from pre-kindergarten through grade 12 for students of all nationalities.
 
Australian International School, Dhaka
http://www.ausisdhaka.net/
AusIS is the first overseas school to be affiliated with the prestigious Association of Independent School of Western Australia (AISWA) and is currently working toward full endorsement with AISWA.
 
Bangladesh International Tutorial (BIT)
http://www.bitschool.net/index.php
 
Chittagong Grammar School
http://www.chittagonggrammarschool.com
CGS an associate member of the Round Square organization of International schools.
 
Dhanmondi Tutorial(DT)
http://dtutorial.tripod.com/
With time, we took one step after another, and today, we can claim being one of the best English Medium schools in Dhaka, and in Bangladesh.
 
French International School in Dhaka (Ecole Francaise International de Dacca)
http://pedagogie.ac-toulouse.fr/eco-francaise-dacca/main_en.html
The only school providing a bilingual curriculum in French/English from 2 years old.
 
Grace International School
http://www.graceinternationalschool.org/
High-quality child-centered primary education based on a British curriculum in a Christian environment for expatriate children in Bangladesh.
 
International School Dhaka
http://www.isdbd.org/
 
International Turkish Hope High School
http://www.ithsbd.net/
I.T.H.S. tries its best to introduce modern methods and techniques in teaching and education according to international standards. It also tries to build a bridge between Bangladeshi and Turkish educational community.
 
Manarat International University (MIU)
http://www.manarat.ac.bd/
Manarat International University (MIU) is one of the leading educational institutions established in 2001 with a vision to impart high quality education of international standards and a mission to develop dynamic leadership in the society with moral excellence.
 
Maple Leaf International School
http://www.mapleleafintl.com/
Maple Leaf International School offers secondary and primary academic education, kindergarden and Extra Curricular activities for children in Trinidad and Tobago based on the Canadian Ontario model.
 
Oxford International School
http://www.oisbd.net/
Oxford International School (OIS) is an English medium co-education School following the academic programme of the University of Cambridge, UK up to GCE O and A Level.
 
 
Singapore School & Kinderland
http://www.sbes.org/index.html
Singapore School (SS) is a co-educational, international school in Dhaka, Bangladesh. SS provides a Singapore-style education to the expatriate and local community in Dhaka. The school has two campus situated in Gulshan and Uttara of Dhaka. In total, the school has students representing over fifteen nationalities. Teaching staff are mainly local and trained by Teacher Consultants from Singapore.
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News from Bangladesh
http://www.bangladesh-web.com/news/
 
The Daily Star
http://www.thedailystar.net/
 
New Age
http://www.newagebd.com/
 
The New Nation
http://nation.ittefaq.com/artman/publish/
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Bangladesh Map
Central Intelligence Agency, 2005
Location: Asia
Capital City: Dhaka
Other Important Cities:
Currency:
Taka ( BDT )
Language: Bengali (Bangla)
Calling Code: +880
Internet TLD: .bd
Electricity:  
Emergency Numbers:  
 
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