A collaborative effort by Save the Children UK and the Bangladesh country office, the report is published in partnership with the Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance in Bangladesh.
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...
Honourable Minister for Information Mr Hasanul Haque Inu, MP was the chief guest.
This report is prepared with the intention of facilitating relevant stakeholders in their efforts in ensuring that the budget focuses systematically on children. Children, parents, politicians, policy makers, public officials, civil society organizations (CSOs), advocates and activists, non-government organizations (NGOs), international agencies and the general public interested in children, can benefit from the information available in this report.
In Bangladesh, for every 100 000 live births, 194 mothers die giving birth. Most maternal deaths could be prevented if women had access to appropriate health ...