Over the last two decades or so, the Asia-Pacific region has experienced an unprecedented pace of urbanization. With urban areas accounting for more than one third of the region's total population growth over the past decade and growing at an accelerating pace, the country is experiencing sustained economic growth of over 5% per year.
Since the introduction of PPPs in 2009, many private entities have worked with public authorities to improve the quality of life of their employees, improve their business practices and engage transnational investment. In order to achieve the relevant objectives of the 2021 vision, which is in line with the 2030 Global Agenda, the current government has strengthened the PP as a key component of the country's economic development strategy. The Government of Bangladesh is implementing its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the next five years. These aim to achieve a Sustainable Development Goal for Bangladesh and have launched a number of initiatives in the fields of education, health, infrastructure, transport, agriculture, energy, water and agriculture.
About 20 kilometers of roads, where the width of the road median more than 1.5 meters and 30 kilometers of roads have wide median roads. In India, 333 plants per kilometre were planted, covering a total of 2.2 million square metres of land. This is a very small figure in our study, and it covers an area of about 1,000 square kilometers, or about 2 percent of Bangladesh's total land area.
Although Bangladesh has 570 urban centers, only 25 cities have more than 1,000 square kilometers of urban area, and no greater concentration of urban population has been observed. About half of that is generated in Dhaka alone, but only about 1.5 percent in the rest of Bangladesh.
While poverty has declined in other areas of Bangladesh, it has not done so in Khulna, and this undermines the chances of recovering from disasters. Cylcone Aila caused devastation in the rural region of Khilna in 2009, and thousands of people moved into the city itself to seek shelter and new livelihoods. In Dhaka, where there are better sanitation systems and less rainfall, cyclone-related flooding is a danger that is prevalent in some neighborhoods.
According to a 2013 World Bank study, the Milken Institute (2014) cites the need for the Bangladeshi government to spend an additional $1.6 trillion to improve the infrastructure needed to support its growing population. According to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Asian governments would need an additional $4.7 trillion to meet urban infrastructure needs by 2030. They would also need to replace aging infrastructure that exceeds the capacity of most countries, and replace the city's poorly developed road network, including urban road networks, to achieve Goal 11, which aims to make cities safe, resilient, and sustainable.
On October 7, 2019, there is a travel warning and regional advice for Bangladesh, exercise a high degree of caution and avoid these areas. The Bangladeshi government introduced a PPP in the 1990s and approved the development of public infrastructure and services to facilitate the construction of roads, bridges, water and sanitation systems, and other public facilities. Bangladesh has experienced three phases of the CPP and has institutionalized clear guidelines for this, according to the World Bank (2014).
Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation operates bus services between the districts in the city, and the airline provides shuttle buses to and from Khulna City. NovoAir US Bangla flies regularly from Dhaka to Jessore, Bangladesh's second largest city and one of the most private. There are two major airlines in Bangladesh, Air Bangladesh and Bangladesh Airways, which both offer flights to Bangladesh. United Airlines, a subsidiary of the United Airline Group, offers a regular flight from Jessore to Dhaka with an air-conditioned bus service.
The N7 highway connects Khulna with the rest of Bangladesh, and the Khulna City bypass is an important road. The main bus routes include Bajrangpur - Dhaka - Chittagong - Khurshidpur, Chitrakot - Dharamshala, Bijapur - Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh - Kolkata.
Several passenger, take-off and cargo services operate between Khulna City and Dhaka via Chittagong, Khurshidpur, Dharamshala, Chitrakot, Bijapur, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh. Bangladesh Railway operates several passenger and start connections between the city and the rest of the country and to other parts of Bangladesh.
One of the most reliable is multi-day trips, which cost $130 per person or more. The best option is to stay in a central hotel in the district, where friendly waiters serve delicious Bengali food.
There is also an agricultural university called Khulna Agricultural University (KAU), which had its first batch in 2018. There is also a public university, Khilna University, but it is the only public school in Bangladesh where student politics are banned. It has also acted as if it were a private institution with a student body of about 2,000 students and a faculty of more than 1,500.