Resource Centre

  • 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 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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  • Critical Factors for Post-disaster Educational Continuity in Urban Floods in South and Southeast Asia

    Accelerating urbanisation is forcing an ever-growing number of people to live in areas exposed to hazards. Unplanned settlements and the lack of opportunities for individual and collective development increasingly place the most marginalised of society ...

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  • Child-Centred Risk Reduction Impacts on Household Safety- Evaluation Toolkit Development and Testing: Research report

    The purpose of this research is to understand and identify the potential for child-centred disaster risk reduction approaches to have measurable impact on household risk reduction and resilience. Disaster risk reduction advocates promote educating children, ...

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  • Joint Education Needs Assessment: Rohingya Refugee in Cox’s Bazar June 2018

    The largest influx of Rohingya refugees into Bangladesh began on August 25th 2017. Nearly 1 million now reside in Cox Bazar district. 0ver 500,000 children in the district are in need of EiE assistance. Approximately 375,000 of them are Rohingya and ...

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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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  • Severe Malnutrition in Infants Aged <6 Months: Outcomes and risk factors in Bangladesh: A prospective cohort study

    Research report to identify risk factors for infants under 6 months with severe acute malnutrition and describe the clinical and anthropometric outcomes of treatment with current management strategies. A prospective cohort study in infants under 6 months ...

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  • Education Capacity Self-Assessment: Transforming the Education Humanitarian Response of the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

    The immense Rohingya refugee flow into Cox Bazar, Bangladesh, following widespread destruction and violence in Myanmar, has brought with it an array of complex needs. As part of the immediate emergency response, humanitarian actors have provided learning ...

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  • Developing Inclusive Practices through Action Learning: Inclusive education cross-country peer-review of Bangladesh (Hope project) and Indonesia (IDEAL project)

    The importance of an inclusive education is reinforced through multiple international treaties, including Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Yet, it is one of the greatest challenges ...

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  • Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme Job Placement Case Study

    As part o the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Programme, three participants of the programme partook in job placements in the Rohingya Crisis Response in Bangladesh. Job placements provide an opportunity for graduates to apply their learning ...

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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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  • Scalable Approaches, Methods, and Tools for Child-Centred Risk Reduction and Resilience

    Practitioners and researchers in Child-Centred Risk Reduction (CCRR)and school safety seek to safeguard the threats to children’s rights and help alleviate the suffering caused by hazard and risk impacts of all kinds. They work towards achieving impact, ...

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  • Research-into-Action Brief: Post-Disaster Educational Continuity in Urban Floods

    Education is a right of children and all human beings. Ensuring education for all children and youth is crucial for addressing sustainability goals and for adopting effective disaster risk reduction strategies. Urban floods have widespread impacts ...

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  • Key Messages for Temporary Learning Centre Teachers and Students for Monsoon, Cyclone, Landslide, and Flood

    During the monsoon season, all students should be told, and regularly reminded of, the key messages in this document. Facilitators should reinforce these messages regularly through role play, games, and poems. All Temporary Learning Centres (TLCs) should ...

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  • Rohingya Response in Bangladesh: Donor Briefs

    Since 25th August 2017, 687,000 Rohingya men, women, and children have crossed the border into Bangladesh, fleeing large-scale violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State. Traveling for days with only what they can carry, the needs of the forcibly displaced ...

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  • Rohingya Crisis: One year on

    One in two Rohingya children who fled to Bangladesh without their parents were orphaned by brutal violence, new research by Save the Children suggests ahead of the one-year anniversary of the crisis on Saturday. There are currently more than 6,000 unaccompanied ...

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  • "It's Happening to our Men as Well": Sexual violence against Rohingya men and boys

    The Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) conducted an exploratory qualitative study to examine the nature and characteristics of sexual violence perpetrated against Rohingya men and boys in Myanmar and in Cox’s Bazar District, Bangladesh, and to evaluate ...

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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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  • Counting Youth Pulse

    Currently, youth make up the most prominent demographic in Bangladesh. While they are already an active ingredient of the economy, more effective engagement and leadership of this demographic is imperative for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. ...

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  • Research-into-Action Brief: Understanding Scalability

    This brief explores the meaning of “effective scaling up”. It observes that there are both quantitative and qualitative attributes of scaling up and that effective scaling up initiatives need to be adaptable, sustainable and successful in achieving ...

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