Bangladesh has made tremendous progress in healthcare, but what does that mean to the most deprived communities? Despite its achievements, the harder to reach areas are still lagging behind, the poorer are lagging behind the richer, and women are lagging behind men.
In Bangladesh, the existing system of reporting violence against children is in the traditional form that leads to delay of action.
With an aim to show case children’s learning and engagement in urban risk reduction initiatives DRR Conference 2017 was organized on 27 October 2017.
Bangladesh health sector moved another step closer to digitalizing its information systems. The government is taking the Electronic Management Information System (eMIS) to five districts after its pilot run in Habiganj and Tangail.
On 16 October, 14th child parliament session was organized with the theme "Impact of Disasters on Children", with the participation of child parliament members from the 35 flood affected districts at Bangladesh Shishu Academy.
Fighting for Breath in Bangladesh: A call to action on childhood pneumonia
Our Inclusive Protection and Empowerment Project (IPEP) for Children with Disabilities is working towards ensuring the protection for them from all forms of ...