Ministry of Social Welfare, Department of Social Services, Save the Children and the EU jointly organized the seminar.
The re-launch of the Parliamentary Caucus on Child Rights marks the beginning of more potential and opportunities for children in Bangladesh to better realize their rights.
Save the Children in Bangladesh launches website commemorating the 25th anniversary of the celebrated UN child rights charter...
The IWitness visit provides opportunity to IKEA co-workers to see firsthand how IKEA Foundation is helping children get better education in some of the world’s poorest communities.
Honourable Minister for Information Mr Hasanul Haque Inu, MP was the chief guest.
This report marks a major step forward in our knowledge base and expertise on nutrition-sensitive social protection – an underutilised policy solution for malnutrition and central to our hunger, nutrition and livelihoods work. It is a collaborative effort by Advocacy and PPQ, with close engagement of the Bangladesh country office. The report is published in partnership with the Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance in Bangladesh (CSA for SUN BD). Malnutrition in Bangladesh: Harnessing social protection for the most vulnerable explores the impact of social protection across nutrition pathways. It makes recommendations for policy development and implementation in Bangladesh and for global learning. The report guides the reader through a pathways approach to understand how developing social protection across the lifecycle, with a greater focus on nutrition behaviour change, adolescent girls, empowering women and the 1,000-day window of opportunity between a woman’s pregnancy and her child’s second birthday, will help shape healthier and more prosperous futures for all.