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LGED Makes Bangladesh Proud

The Local Government Engineering Department of Bangladesh is very widely known at home and abroad in its abbreviated name LGED. Through passing over a long way of struggle and success,…

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interview

  The Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) has been created mainly to cater the needs for infrastructure development in the rural areas of Bangladesh. Accordingly, it has been all through…

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LGED receives IFAD Award for gender equality

The Bangladesh Sunamganj Community Based Resource Management Project of LGED has been awarded one of the first Gender Awards by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). This award is…

LGED: Maintenance of rural road network

Rural roads constitute the majority of roads in the national network in Bangladesh. Due to their large numbers and wide geographical distribution, they create very distinct challenges to their management…

LGED: Activites of Moghbazar-Mouchak flyover project

Bangladesh is agriculture based country where population density is very high. Most of the people live in rural area. However, during last few decades migration from rural to urban area…

LGED: Greater Faridpur rural infrastructure development project phase-II

Executive Agency: Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) is the executing agency of the Project, LGED will be the Lead Agency of the Project. Location of the Project: Greater Faridpur( Faridpur,…

LGED: Activities of sustainable rural infrastructure improvement project

Background: Project Entity and Financial Summary Funding Agency: I) Asian Development Bank (ADB) II) KfW III) Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR) Sponsoring Ministry/Division: Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development…

LGED: Brief on city region development project

  Executing Agency Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) is the executing agency of the Project. LGED will be the Lead Agency of the Project. Subprojects will be implemented by Implementing…

LGED: Activities of second rural transport improvement project

Bangladesh, with a population of about 154.20 million and a land area of 147,570 square kilometers is amongst the most densely-populated countries in the world. The country is vulnerable to…