Global Campaign

Tuesday 20 June 2017

Robbing our children of their childhood

Jharna (not her real name), a 14-year-old girl living in Rayerbazar slum in Dhaka, fears that all her dreams may be dashed because of early marriage as she is from a community that expects girls to be married off and bear children even before they reach adulthood. Jharna, who is a child, doesn't want that. “I want to complete my studies first and enjoy my childhood like other children living in rich areas,” she opines.

Tuesday 7 March 2017

Thousands of youth vowed to stand beside Every Last Child

A total of 3000 youths joined to express support for Every Last Child campaign in Bangladesh. They have joined in the movement through their online voting (http://everylastchild.scibd.info) on the occasion of National Rover Moot 2017 held between 26-31 January in Gopalgonj.

Tuesday 3 May 2016

Global Campaign Launches in Bangladesh

‘Every Last Child’ is Save the Children’s new global campaign. The campaign goal is to ensure that millions of the poorest and most marginalised children survive and learn, putting the world on track to end preventable child deaths and have every child learning by 2030. The campaign was launched in Bangladesh on April 26 along with other countries.

Monday 2 November 2015

Moni Begum: The Local to Global Advocate

Child Marriage in Bangladesh

Tuesday 6 May 2014

Bangladesh SOWM Press Release 2014

Bangladesh ranks 130th on the best places in the world to be a mother, rising six spots, Save the Children says
DHAKA, BANGLADESH – Bangladesh rose six spots on Save the Children’s 2014 Mothers’ Index, widening the gap from neighbours India and Pakistan, to reach 130th out of 178 countries globally. The country however still lags behind other countries in the region, such as Nepal (116th) and Sri Lanka (89th).

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