Humanitarian

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application/pdfBuilding Urban Resilience: Case Study Collection A collection of case studies from Proyash – an Urban Risk Reduction project, showcasing our interventions towards building urban resilience among our stakeholders – women, children and local government in particular.02/01/20189MB
application/pdfCall for Abstract-Child Centered Disaster Risk ReductionThe Child-Centred Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change Adaptation and Comprehensive School Safety-A Researchers – Practitioners – Policy-Makers Symposium is intended to bring practitioners, policy-makers, and current/future researchers together into the discussion to more systematically and effectively bring evidence into policy and practice, and to support practice based application and research.07/03/2018224KB
application/pdfChildren and ResilienceA Collection of Success Stories of Humanitarian Work, Save the Children in Bangladesh 31/08/20166MB
application/pdfClean, Green and Safe ApproachThe Humanitarian Sector’s approach on creating a cleaner, greener and safer environment.26/12/20178MB
application/pdfDisaster Management Policy 2015National Disaster Management Policy was published in September, 2015. Government along with other stakeholders are working towards developing guidelines to adapt this policy to all level.09/01/2017334KB
application/pdfEducation for Children in EmergencyProject brief of Education for Children in Emergency (EiE)07/03/2017246KB
application/pdfEmergency Livelihood ProjectBrief of Emergency Livelihood Project (ELP)07/03/2017308KB
application/pdfFramework-Disaster Risk Reduction in Education in EmergencyThis is an approved framework on Disaster Risk Reduction in Education and Education in Emergency by ministry of primary and mass education.31/01/20171MB
application/pdfHumanitarian Sector Overview Pamphlet An overview of our work in the Humanitarian Sector 02/01/20188MB
application/pdfPosition Paper on Urban ResilienceSave the Children Bangladesh’s strategy for Urban Resilience.26/12/20174MB
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