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Wednesday 11 July 2018

BRAZIL Vs ARGENTINA : Using football World Cup fever to talk about children's Right to Play

 

Article 31 of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child states that the child has a right to leisure, play, and participation in cultural and artistic activities. However, children living in urban slums of Bangladesh's capital city, Dhaka, face scarcity of space and time to have this right exercised.

Monday 4 June 2018

USAID’s READ Activity conducted review workshop in Bogra

USAID’s Reading Enhancement for Advancing Development (READ) program goes through a program review after each quarter of its operation which is titled as ‘Quarterly Progress Review & Learning Workshop (QPR&LW)’.

Monday 4 June 2018

Pre-budget consultation held between children and the Ministry of Finance

To promote good governance, one of the priorities for Save the Children is to ensure that the government listens to children’s views and prioritises child rights in public decisions, including resource decisions.

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.

Tuesday 15 May 2018

Inter-University Debate Competition to raise awareness among youth on environment starts in Dhaka

Department of Environment (DoE), BUET Debating Club and Save the Children are currently organizing a debate competition on environment among students of universities in Bangladesh to celebrate upcoming World Environment Day 2018.

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