Photovoice is a participatory action research methodology that enables people to identify, represent and enhance their communities and life circumstances through photography. It is a process that "entrusts cameras to the hands of people to enable them to act as recorders, and potential analysts for social action and change, in their own communities.
Program Quality Visit to Health & Nutrition and Education Program at Satkania and Cox’s Bazar, 18 to 20 February 2014: Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, Learning (MEAL) and Communication, Resource Mobilization (CRM) team made a jointfield visit to Satkania and Cox’s Bazar in Health & Nutrition and Education program respectively during 18 to 20 February 2014.
Save the Children has unveiled a report in Bangladesh titled ‘Ending Poverty in Our Generation, a post-2015 development framework. Save the Children is the first organisation to put forward a proposed post-2015 development framework for consideration by the panel and governments around the world.
Dhaka, 16 June 2014 –
Save the Children International and the Centre for Services and Information on Disability successfully launched the ‘Child Budget in Bangladesh’ Report on Saturday 14 June 2014, at Ruposhi Bangla Hotel, Dhaka. The Honorable Finance Minister, Mr. Abul Maal Abdul Muhith, MP, was the Chief Guest. The event was also attended by Special Guests Mr M. A. Mannan, MP, Honorable State Minister for Finance and Planning, Mr Shawkat Ali Badsha, MP, Member of the Parliamentary Caucus on Child Rights and Chariman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee, Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock and Mr Tariq-Ul-Islam, Secretary, Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs. Also present were Ms Rasheda K. Chowdhury, Executive Director, CAMPE, and Mr Pascal Villeneuve, Representative, UNICEF Bangladesh.
Bangladesh ranks 130th on the best places in the world to be a mother, rising six spots, Save the Children says
DHAKA, BANGLADESH – Bangladesh rose six spots on Save the Children’s 2014 Mothers’ Index, widening the gap from neighbours India and Pakistan, to reach 130th out of 178 countries globally. The country however still lags behind other countries in the region, such as Nepal (116th) and Sri Lanka (89th).
Registration of the migrants, in particular to the children is essential for national planning and as a demographic base to build effective strategies. The LGIs have the mandate and responsibility to register birth, death, blinds, beggar and destitute (Local Government Ordinance, 1983) In a judgment passed by the high court in February 2011, relating to the violence against child domestic worker, the learned judges have directed the government to ensure registration of all the children and their families in the Ups who are seeking jobs elsewhere as well as the registration of their employers in the urban areas. A guideline is published by Save the Children under “Rural- Urban Child Migration Project” -on how to establish and set up the registration system at the LGI level, including a description to promote the utilization of the registration system at community level. It targets primarily all individual who are responsible for operating and managing registration system at the local government level.