(36.) Bhuiyan HU, BAPSA, Dhaka, Bangladesh, personal communication, July 13, 2012.
This In Brief was written by Altaf Hossain, Association for Prevention of Septic Abortion, Bangladesh (BAPSA); Isaac Maddow-Zimet and Susheela Singh, both of the Guttmacher Institute; and Lisa Remez, independent consultant.
The authors acknowledge the contributions of Hadayeat Ullah Bhuiyan, BAPSA, and the following Guttmacher colleagues: Patricia Donovan, Rubina Hussain, Gustavo Suarez and Michael Vlassofff.
Source: Bangladesh Association for Prevention of Septic Abortion (BAPSA
), Septic abortion: results from an anthropological study, MR Newsletter, 1997, 13(1):1-5.
Each month, ten Bapsa vans carry about 2,000 of them to Nanterre for a brief respite.
Bapsa officers, whose average age is 48, often make a whole career of the brigade.
(26.) Unpublished data from Bangladesh Association for Prevention of Septic Abortion (BAPSA), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2012.
(31.) Kamal G and Begum S, Study on Intervention Necessary for Preventing Rejection of MR Clients, Dhaka: BAPSA, 1990.
Preliminary ruling - Tribunal de grande instance de Brive-La-Gaillarde - Interpretation of Articles 3 and 5 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1103/97 of 17 June 1997 on certain provisions relating to the introduction of the euro and of Article 14 of Council Regulation (EC) No 974/98 of 3 May 1998 on the introduction of the euro - National legislation rounding off the amount of tax on the supplementary budget for agricultural social benefits (BAPSA
) following its conversion into euros