DHAKA, Bangladesh — In the wake of a brutal, deadly stampede, the country is in the process of putting together a national recovery plan.
But what is that recovery plan?
And what is the process for determining whether a country should have one?
For most of its history, Bangladesh has been a one-nation nation.
But the nation has undergone major transformations since the late 1960s and 70s, when the Bangladesh Liberation Army was founded and a new government was elected.
Today, Bangladesh is a country of about 2.5 million people.
And it has seen an increase in its population in recent decades.
The country has seen its share of foreign migrants increase from 1.2 million in 2000 to 5.3 million in 2011.
But that population has been shrinking, as a result of poverty, and the government has been forced to deal with a rising number of social problems.
One of the biggest challenges faced by Bangladesh has also been the influx of Bangladeshi refugees from countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Bangladesh has also seen a rise in foreign migrants from Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, as well as refugees from other countries like Syria and Iraq.
While the numbers have been increasing, the government and many in Bangladesh say that Bangladesh can continue to grow as a country.
But can it grow while the people are suffering?
How can a country that has never seen mass migration be able to survive as a one nation country?
Bangls progress has been made in a number of areas, but in terms of governance, one area has been lacking for decades.
The nation has been plagued by corruption and a lack of accountability.
The government has made a series of reforms, but there is still a long way to go in reforming the country.
There is also a long history of poverty in Bangladesh.
According to the World Bank, Bangladesh was one of the world’s poorest countries in 2014.
Over 40 percent of the population lives below the poverty line, and more than 50 percent of its children live in poverty.
And while poverty is still prevalent in Bangladesh, the World Development Report from 2015 says that more than 80 percent of Bangladesh’s people live in areas with poverty rates of less than 10 percent.
That’s a staggering statistic considering that the average per capita income for Bangladesh is $2,300, and a recent report found that the poverty rate is at 25.6 percent.
The economic situation is also not improving, according to the latest figures from the World Economic Forum.
In 2014, the gross domestic product per capita was $12,788.
By 2020, that number had dropped to $9,947.
However, according a recent survey by the Bangladesh Statistical Authority, only 20 percent of people in Bangladesh believe that economic growth is increasing, and only 28 percent are optimistic.
The government has taken many measures to try to tackle poverty, but the most effective measures have not been taken.
Even though the economy has improved, it still needs to be improved further, as the Bangladesh Nationalist Party is still in power, and they are unlikely to let go of their grip on power.
For many, it is not just poverty that is affecting their daily lives.
There are also some other problems that have been plaguing the country for decades, as Bangladesh has seen a decline in its quality of life.
When the country was founded, Bangladesh’s population was about 3.5 millions people.
But in 2012, the population was just under 1.6 million.
Today, the number of people living in Bangladesh has decreased from 1 million in 2002 to 1.1 million in 2016.
In 2017, the poverty level in Bangladesh was estimated at $2.6 billion, which is equivalent to 1 percent of total GDP.
With an estimated 2.6 people per square mile, Bangladesh ranked third worst in the world for per capita GDP in 2017, according the World Resources Institute.
Bangladeshi government has tried to reduce poverty in the country through several measures, such as giving priority to women and children in government and giving priority for women and men in the military, but that has not translated into improving economic conditions for many.
At the same time, the lack of transparency around economic policy has been one of Bangladeshs biggest problems.
For example, the recent report by the World Trade Organization states that “in the country’s economy, a country is considered to be at its poorest state if it is no longer producing the goods it needs to survive.”
In recent years, the Bangladeshar government has also tried to tackle the problem of corruption.
It has launched a number the “Digital Democracy” initiative, which aims to reduce the amount of money that is wasted through red tape and bureaucratic red tape.
This initiative, however, has been in its infancy, and many believe that the country will have to continue working on it until it can be implemented.
Despite all the efforts,