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Global Fund HIV Program: Bangladesh Fact Sheet 2021-2023

2022 - Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

This country fact sheet provides a snapshot of the NFM III (2021-2023) Global Fund HIV Program in Bangladesh, including program goals, key activities and results. This document is useful for the general public and technical stakeholders who would...

In the world’s largest refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, over 700, 000 Rohingya languish in limbo, largely forgotten by the outside world five years after they fled mass killings and human rights abuses in Myanmar. These Rohingya refugees...

This report provides an overview progress and findings from the first phase of the Connect Project which aims to develop approaches to increase first time mothers’ (FTMs’) postpartum family planning  (PPFP) use that can both be feasibly...

In Bangladesh, the first case of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was detected in early March 2020, just prior to the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring the outbreak a global pandemic. Being a densely populated country, Bangladesh is highly...

Skills to Succeed (S2S) equips deprived and marginalized adolescents and youth with the skills and job linkages they need to find decent jobs or build their own businesses and break the intergenerational cycle of poverty. Since 2011, S2S has...

Annual Report 2020: Bangladesh

2021 - Cross-thematic

This report presents a summary of highlights and outcomes from Save the Children’s country office in Bangladesh for 2020. 

Skills to Succeed (S2S) equips marginalized and at-risk adolescents and youth with the skills and job linkages they need to find decent jobs or build their own businesses and break the intergenerational cycle of poverty. S2S offers employability,...

In April 2017, UNFPA collaborated with Save the Children to launch the Strengthening the National Midwifery Program (SNMP) (2017-2021) under the leadership of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MOH&FW) to strengthen midwifery...

Wherever they are and wherever they go, Rohingya children in south and southeast Asia face discrimination, exclusion, and denial of their most basic rights. For most of these children, these challenges begin in Myanmar, where the Rohingya...

An innovative approach for providing access to the internet and build the digital skills of the most marginalized adolescents and youth in Bangladesh, particularly girls, is the use of a Mobile Training Center (MTC). The MTC moves around...