Hunger & Livelihoods

application/pdfChild Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP) in BangladeshProject Brief- Social Protection and Resilience: Child Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP) in Bangladesh 02/05/2017423KB
application/pdfSuchanaProject brief of Suchana02/04/2017482KB
application/pdfEYEEducation for Youth Empowerment (EYE)-Project Brief02/04/2017126KB
application/pdfMaa O Shishu-r PustiA handbook on maternal and child health nutrition14/01/201610MB
application/pdfExtreme Poor Livelihoods ProgrammingExtreme Poor Livelihoods Programming: Collection of Instruments This book documents the instruments used in deploying Save the Children's Shiree programme across extreme poor households of south-west Bangladesh. Since there remains ample scope to replicate this model both within Bangladesh's borders and outside, the instruments have been published here in English as well as Bangla. 13/12/201517MB
application/pdfNutrition Governance in BangladeshThis report seeks to provide an assessment of nutrition governance in Bangladesh, in order to inform Save the Children in designing it's ‘Signature’ program. Views expressed in this document are those of the authors Sanaul Mostafa, Kevin Robbins and Jonathan Rose (team lead and main contact:, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Save the Children. 12/05/20151MB
application/pdfMalnutrition in BangladeshMalnutrition in Bangladesh: Harnessing social protection for the most vulnerable explores the impact of social protection across nutrition pathways. It shows how developing social protection throughout the lifecycle--incorporating nutrition behaviour change, adolescent girls, women's empowerment and the 1,000-day window of opportunity between a woman’s pregnancy and her child’s second birthday--will shape healthier futures for all. A collaborative effort by Save the Children UK's Advocacy and PPQ, and the Bangladesh country office, the report is published in partnership with the Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance in Bangladesh.08/03/20153MB
application/pdfEnding Poverty in Our GenerationSave the Children’s vision for a post-2015 framework25/03/201330KB
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