An earthquake contingency plan involving all the relevant ministries and departments of the government, agencies and NGOs needs to be taken for any possible quake in Narayanganj city, according to the speakers.
There was a research dissemination event on impact of climate change on children’s health in Dhaka on May 2, 2017.
KOLOROB, project of Save the Children in Bangladesh and Save the Children Australia, has won the best National Mobile Application Award for its contribution to Inclusion and Empowerment for low income community.
“In Community Reading Camps (CRCs), children are learning through playing. When children find a topic interesting, they study more. I have observed that after the READ interventions and its CRC activity, student attendance has increased in my school”. Ms. Parvin Sultana, Head Teacher of Durgapur Government Primary School, had this to say, highlighting the importance of the community reading camp in her area.
Save the Children and Dhaka North City Corporation - Zone 5, jointly organized a campaign titled, ‘Clean, Green, Smart and Humanitarian Dhaka’ on 21 May 2017, at Farmagate and its adjacent areas, in order to raise the awareness of Dhaka people about their own responsibilities to keep the city clean and healthy.
Project brief of Shishuder Jonno Sponsorship Funded, Integrated Child Development Program (ICDP)