|VNR Status Report||Globally it is estimated that up to 1 billion children aged 2-17 years, have experienced physical, sexual or emotional violence or neglect in the past years. As in all countries thought the world, children living in Bangladesh experience situations of violence. Children continue to be subjected to various forms[i] of violence, including killings, torture and rapes in their homes, within their communities, schools, and work environments. The perpetrators range from parents, caregivers, peers or strangers. Some specific categories of children remain more vulnerable than others, especially trafficking victims, children of sex workers, those with disabilities, those from ethnic or religious minority groups, refugees, those affected by AIDS, Dalit (untouchable) children. Working children are subjected to cruel torture, which many cases leading to their deaths.
This report is an attempt to take a deeper look into the different violence happening against children on this country , the reasons, trend and analysis, FGD with children, existing policy frameworks and makes some key recommendations.
|Save the Children in Bangladesh: Annual Report 2018||Save the Children is one of the world’s leading independent organisations for children. We save children’s lives. We ﬁght for their rights. We help them fulﬁl their potential. Through our work, Save the Children puts the most deprived and marginalised children ﬁrst, to ensure that all children beneﬁt from the progress the world is making.
|Childhood Interrupted:Voice of Rohingya Children||The report reflects the views, hopes and desires of children that have been affected by the Rohingya Refugee crisis, who were consulted between 2 December and 5 December 2017. ||27/02/2018||2MB|
|Statement from Child Rights Advocacy Coalition||Statement from Child Rights Advocacy Coalition in Bangladesh||01/08/2017||221KB|
|Knowledge Convention Summary||Knowledge Convention 2017 in Dhaka||16/07/2017||948KB|
|Child Rights Week 2016 Report||On the occasion of this year’s International Children's Day (03 October), Bangladesh government declared 29 September-05 October, as the Child Rights Week -2016. Along with the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (MoWCA), Save the Children in Bangladesh observed the week with different activities. The theme of the week, decided by the government, was “থাকবে শিশু সবার মাঝে ভাল, দেশ-সমাজ পরিবারে জ্বলবে আশার আলো (If the children stay well with us, country-society and family will see the ray of hope).”
Read the document to see how with variety of activities we have celebrated this year's Child Right's Week throughout Bangladesh.||24/10/2016||835KB|
|Partnership Annual Report-2015||Working in partnership is the cornerstone of Save the
Children International (SCI)’s Theory of Change and the
Country Strategy for Bangladesh. SCI works with local
partners to increase the depth and breadth of its
programming, but even more importantly to secure
sustainability, ownership and the development of a strong civil
society that can promote child rights and accountability for
Bangladesh Country Office has successfully established its
partnership framework in 2013, and has created a momentum
for rolling-out the framework. In 2013 and 2014, Save the
Children Sweden (SCS) and Save the Children Denmark (SCD)
supported a TA position on partnership based in Bangladesh,
through SIDA and DANIDA funding. The purpose was to
strengthen the partnership approach both in Bangladesh and in
the region. The Technical Advisor provided support to establish
framework and guidance for program and support staff on
developing and supporting quality partnerships. This included
the various aspects of work of SCI with partners, such as
assessments, selection, project planning, capacity building and
evaluation. The framework will thus have an impact on
activities of SCI with partners, but also on the structures, tools
and approaches of SCI itself.||27/03/2016||3MB|
|Annual Partner Feedback 2015||The successes, opportunities and challenges of the Bangladesh Country Office are based to a large
extent on how we collaborate with partners. Partners implement over 70% of the program budget.
Partnership issues cut across program and support sectors, and require a high level of coordination if
we are to ensure quality relationships.
The Partnership Framework provides overall guidance, but regular feedback from our partners is
crucial to monitoring how well we are implementing Save the Children’s approach to partnerships. The
feedback mechanism ensure quality and learning in our collaboration, but they also ensures that we live
up to our principles in the relationships we have with our partners and with the children and
communities we are working together to support.
Our partners are asked to complete a Partner Feedback Survey once a year. The survey provides
quantifiable scores over time to allow the Country Office to track how our partners rate our
partnership practices. The questions encompass areas around financial support, non-financial support
(i.e. capacity strengthening), relationship and communication and monitoring, evaluation, accountability
|Country Annual Review 2014||Save the Children's Bangladesh Country Annual Review 2014||30/08/2015||3MB|
|Partnership Framework (Bangla version)||The Partnership Framework provides guidance for program and support staff on developing and supporting quality partnerships. The Framework will help ensure that we have a common approach to partnership across the Country Program. It covers definitions of partnership, including both strategic and project partnerships, Partnership Principles, Essential Standards, the partnership management cycle, and related tools and reference materials.||09/07/2015||3MB|