|Annual Report 2019||The year 2019 was a milestone year for us for a number of reasons. Founded in 1919 to alleviate the sufferings of children devastated by World War 1, Save the Children completes its 100th year as an organization globally. It was also the first year for the current Country Strategic Plan 2019-2021. Linked to our operational presence nationwide through child-centered thematic programming, we also worked closely with the government in supporting and contributing to several policy processes in 2019, notably The National Community Health Workforce Strategy and the Urban Community Volunteers Management Guidelines.||19/11/2020||1MB|
|Monthly Newsletter: October||Issue: 2||01/11/2020||2MB|
|Monthly Newsletter: September||Issue: 1||01/11/2020||1MB|
|Global Girlhood Report 2020||Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. Around the world, we work every day to give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. When crisis strikes, and children are most vulnerable, we are always among the first to respond and the last to leave. We ensure children’s unique needs are met and their voices are heard. We deliver lasting results for millions of children, including those hardest to reach. We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.||15/10/2020||3MB|
|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|