Resource Centre

  • "No Happy Ever After": What children really think about child marriage in humanitarian crises

    ‘No Happily Ever After’ is new research that raises the voices and views of the children and young people who are affected by the issue of child marriage in countries facing a humanitarian crisis. The report also draws on the voices of children ...

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  • 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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  • 5 Years of Pneumonia Vaccination in Bangladesh

    Over 48 million Pneumonia vaccinations have been provided for children since 2015 since the inclusion of Pneumococcal Vaccine (PCV) in Government’s routine Expanded Program of Immunization (EPI) in March 2015. Save the Children and its partners have ...

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  • Joint Appeal for Effective Response and Mitigation of Impact of COVID-19 on the Children in Bangladesh

    While the world is grappling with the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Bangladesh also starts being affected. Joining Forces Bangladesh appreciates the measures taken by the Government of Bangladesh that includes enforcing nationwide ...

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  • The Legal Framework for Child Protection in South Asia

    Every child has the right to be protected from violence under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). All countries in South Asia are state parties to the UNCRC, and are thereby obliged to undertake all appropriate legislative ...

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  • Guidance Note on Remote Child Protection Case Management (CM): Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

    During infectious disease outbreaks like the COVID-19 pandemic, many humanitarian agencies consider remote child protection case management (CM) approaches. However, a considerable amount of preparation, planning and adaptation is needed to deal with ...

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  • Child Marriage Practices Among the Rohingya in Bangladesh

    Child marriage is a significant threat faced by millions of girls each year. Marriage at young ages can pose multiple threats to young girls’ lives, health, and future prospects, including an increased risk of intimate partner violence, higher maternal ...

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  • Advocating for National Community Health Workforce Strategy in Bangladesh

    Save the Children advocated for and led the development of a Community Health Worker Strategy 2019-2030 in Bangladesh. This publication shares the background of the process, the history of community health workers in Bangladesh, and how Save the Children ...

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  • Family Planning and Postabortion Care in Emergencies in Bangladesh

    This fact sheet provides details about Save the Children's reproductive health programming for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

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  • Funding for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women and Girls in Humanitarian Programming: Bangladesh case study

    Evidence shows that women and girls are disproportionately impacted by disasters and conflict. These crises affect their life expectancy, education, maternal health, livelihoods, nutrition, as well as the levels of violence they experience. At the same ...

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  • Access to Social Protection in Syhlet, Bangladesh

    This study was undertaken to examine the coverage of social protection schemes in Sylhet, Bangladesh, and to analyse what barriers poor and vulnerable people face in accessing such schemes. The target area was chosen based on it being the operational ...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • “Are We Not Human?”: Denial of education for Rohingya refugee children in Bangladesh

    In response to the flight of Rohingya refugees, Bangladesh opened its borders and has been providing them with refuge from grave abuses since August 2017. However, the government of Bangladesh has made clear that the Rohingya will not be able to remain ...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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