Health & Nutrition

Monday 21 May 2018

Another health facility in Haitya starts offering 24/7 delivery service

The healthcare scenario of Hatiya, an island Upazila on the southern Bangladesh, is changing fast. Over the last two years or so, six of the upazila’s nine union level health facilities have started offering 24/7 delivery services, the latest being Chanondi Union Health and Family Welfare Centre (UH&FWC) in Subarnachar Upazila in Noakhali.

Wednesday 9 May 2018

MoU signed with Directorate General of Health Services on mass causality management

Save the Children signed MoU with Directorate General of Health Services on April 11, 2018. Country Director Mark Pierce signed on behalf of Save the Children and senior officials from DGHS including Prof Dr. AHM Enayet Hossain, Additional Director General of Health Services (Planning and Development) and Line Director, Non Communicable Diseases Control, DGHS, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) were present on the occasion.

Thursday 19 April 2018

Workshop on differentiated care services for HIV positives held

To expand the access to anti-retroviral therapy (ART) for people living with HIV, a workshop was organized in Sylhet between the dates 29/03/2018 and 30/03/2018.

Wednesday 21 March 2018

HIV/AIDS Program organized workshop to strengthen ownership and accountability

Save the Children HIV/AIDS Program organized a management and leadership workshop between the dates 24/02/18 and 27/02/18. Workshop was organized to initiate another phase of grant equivalent to USD 12 million from the Global Fund. Save the Children is one of the Principle Recipients of the grant titled ‘Prioritized HIV prevention services for Key Populations in Bangladesh’ for the period of December, 2017 to November, 2020.

Tuesday 20 February 2018

HIV team supported Niger TB team under the Global Fund

A team from HIV/AIDS program of Save the Children in Bangladesh visited Niger in Temporary Duty Assignment (TDY) for ‘Improving tuberculosis control and strengthen health systems in Niger’ under the Global Fund grant.

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