A round-table discussion, organized by Save the Children along with Child Rights Advocacy Coalition and National Human Rights Commission was held at the press club on 27 August, 2017 where speakers urged effective measure to protect children from all forms of violence.
A national level workshop was organized on August 2, 2017 to share the study findings with different stakeholders including ministries of Bangladesh government, NGOs, UN agencies, donors and academicians to receive their feedback and recommendations.
Save the Children to give primary health care support for 165,000 Rohingya people.
Save the Children is among those working to turn the tide and improve access for all to quality healthcare in Bangladesh while reducing the number of unnecessary C-sections.
In the month of August 2017, READ organized three regional media roundtables in Cox’s Bazar, Khagracchari, and Barisal.
Presentation on Violence Against Children for Round-table