Resource Centre

  • Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme 4th Cycle Asia Pacific: Residential Training Report

    Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme (CPiE PDP) is a six-month capacity building programme for mid-level child protection in emergencies practitioners. In the Asia Pacific region, three cycles have been completed since 2016 ...

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  • Connect: Increasing Use of Pospartum Family Planning by First-Time Parents

    This project overview describes the Connect project and its approaches and strategies for increasing access to postpartum family planning for first-time parents in Bangladesh and Tanzania.

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  • Mainstreaming Inclusive Education: Sharing good practices

    Save the Children defines inclusive education as “one dimension of a rights-based quality education which emphasises equity in access and participation and responds positively to the individual learning needs and competencies of all children. Inclusive ...

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  • Benefit Level Analysis of Maternity Allowance Programme for the Poor in Bangladesh: Social protection policy brief

    This policy brief presents the 'Cost of the Diet' (CotD) analysis conducted in Sylhet and Moulvibazar to assess how much of a nutritious diet the above three 'Maternity Allowance' (MA) transfer values (500, 800 and 1,000 BDT) can cover, and what the ...

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  • Joint Participatory Child Protection Assessment with Rohingya Adolescents

    In a context with limited service provision for and limited understanding of the needs of adolescent refugee girls and boys, the aim of this assessment was to enerate detailed, qualitative data on the perspectives of adolescent Rohingya children in order ...

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  • A Cost of the Diet Analysis in Sylhet & Moulvibazar District in North-East Bangladesh, December 2018

    The Cost of the Diet (CotD) assessment in Sylhet and Moulvibazar districts in 2018 was conducted to estimate the potential contribution of Suchana programme interventions on household food affordability. This analysis aimed at assessing the degree to ...

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  • Suchana: Securing access to government social protection

    Suchana Ending the cycle of undernutrition in Bangladesh is a multisectoral nutrition program that aims to achieve a significant reduction in stunting among children under two years of age in Sylhet and Moulvibazar districts of Bangladesh. The program ...

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  • A Cost of the Diet Analysis in Sylhet and Moulvibazar District of North-East Bangladesh

    This research brief summarises the key findings and recommendations of the Cost of the Diet (CotD) assessment conducted in Sylhet and Moulvibazar districts of Bangladesh in 2018. The study was conducted to estimate the potential contribution of DFID ...

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  • Benefit Level Analysis of Maternity Allowance Programme for the Poor in Bangladesh: Social Protection research brief

    This research brief presents the 'Cost of the Diet' (CotD) analysis conducted in Sylhet and Moulvibazar to assess how much of a nutritious diet the above three 'Maternity Allowance' (MA) transfer values (500, 800 and 1,000 BDT) can cover, and what the ...

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  • READY: Global Readiness for Major Disease Outbreak Response

    This fact sheet provides a brief overview of READY- Save the Children's initiative for increasing global readiness for response to major disease outbreaks. READY brings together the best parts of what works across the consortium’s operational, academic, ...

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  • Building Evidence to inform the Effective Use of CASH and Voucher Assistance in Emergency Sanitation and Hygiene Programming

    A collation of 5 case studies of utilization of CASH/Voucher Assistance are presented and analysed in the attempt of building evidence on their utilization in emergency WASH Sanitation and HP programming. Findings and Recommendations are provided following ...

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  • Improving Minimum Dietary Diversity for Children Aged 6-23 Months When Household Affordability is a Major Constraint in Northeast Bangladesh

    This article was published in the ENN Field Exchange on November 2019 (Issue 61) and shared the key findings from two studies (a Barrier Analysis and a Cost of the Diet analysis) carried out to inform the Suchana programme (2015-2022), which aims to ...

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  • We Must Prevent a Lost Generation: Community-led education in Rohingya camps

    Lack of education has become a major source of concern for Rohingya refugees living in the camps of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh. The Government of Bangladesh restricts formal schooling for refugee children and youth, and humanitarian agencies navigate ...

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  • Pregnancy intervals after stillbirth, neonatal death and spontaneous abortion and the risk of an adverse outcome in the next pregnancy in rural Bangladesh

    This peer-reviewed article shares community based research from rural Sylhet, Bangladesh. Data and findings from this study contribute to the global knowledge on association between pregnancy intervals and spontaneous abortion, as well as risks of adverse ...

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  • Fighting for Breath in Bangladesh: A call to action to stop children dying from Pneumonia

    Pneumonia is the world’s leading infectious killer of children, claiming the lives of more than 800,000 children under the age of five every year, more than 2,000 every day. It is a shocking demonstration of pervasive health inequities Disproportionately ...

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  • Child Rights Reporting Case Studies from Around the World

    Millions of children are out of school, lack access to health care and suffer violence and exploitation. To ensure that all children survive, thrive, learn and are protected, governments need to step up efforts to realize the rights of all children, ...

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  • Childhood Interrupted: Children's voices from the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

    The Rohingya Refugee Crisis is a children's emergency. Over a five-month period, 655,500 people have fled widespread violence in Myanmar, 58 percent of which have been children. Since arriving in refugee camps in Bangladesh, many of these children have ...

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  • Child-centred Hazard, Vulnerability, and Capacity Assessment and Planning in Urban Settings

    To help develop Child-Centred Disaster Risk Reduction (CCDRR) in urban areas, this report provides new elements for practitioners to better use Hazards, Vulnerabilities, and Capacities Assessment (HVCA) tools. In youth groups and in urban contexts, a ...

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  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan for the Cox's Bazar Education Sector

    The influx of over 650,000 Rohingya since September 2017, coupled with extreme hazards in monsoon season and overcrowding, has created many challenges for the Education Sector responding to the crisis in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Educational activities ...

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  • Hear it From the Teachers: Getting refugee children back to learning

    Four million refugee children around the world are out of school – missing out on their right to an education due to displacement, poverty and exclusion. There may be no classroom, no books, no blackboard, or no chalk – but if there is a good teacher, ...

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