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application/pdfAnnual Partner Feedback 2015The 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 and learning.27/03/20161003KB
application/pdfApproach Paper-Turning Rights into Realities (English)Child Friendly Local Governance (CFLG) comprises a rights-based child programming approach and a set of social accountability initiatives that, in concert, work to facilitate, promote and institutionalize the empowerment and participation of children and adolescents in the governance arrangements at the local level. The aim is to ensure better services and improve accountability of local government for the rights of children.18/01/20161023KB
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/pdfLetter on Child Friendly Local Governance issued by LGDRecently, Local Government Division under the Ministry of LGRD and Cooperatives in Bangladesh issued two circulars on 19 December 2016, instructing Bangladesh Local Government Support Project (LGSP) to mainstream child-Friendly local governance approach by ensuring child participation in decision making process of Local Government. 03/01/20171MB
application/pdfEmpowering Children to Improve Services in SchoolChildren can be empowered to drive realization of their own rights. We think that we can help this happen by starting with a small step. By identifying a single issue and working with children to put the solution to people who take decision over their lives. This is just what we have been doing in 30 secondary schools in Savar since 2014. Read more in this document...23/11/20161MB
application/pdfMaMoni Health Systems Strengthening Project-NewsletterMaMoni HSS Project supports Bangladesh Government to observe World Prematurity Day 2015 and national introduction of KMC27/03/20161MB
application/pdfEvery Last Child a Spotlight on BangladeshEvery Last Child Campaign Spotlight: Giving All Children in Bangladesh a Fair Start in Life26/04/20161MB
application/pdfChild Led Alternative Report 2013The child researchers collected data corresponding to the different sections of the UN Child Rights Convention, UNCRC. They used various methods including case studies, stories, group discussions and newspaper reports about child rights published in local and national newspapers, Based on the information collected from July 2010 to December 2012 NCTF members prepared and published 4 issues of “Our Story” book. These are the basis of the Child Led Alternative Report.12/11/20131MB
application/pdfOPTIONAL PROTOCOL 3 Optional Protocol 3 to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) on a Communications Procedure (hereafter referred to as OP3 CRC) is an international human rights treaty that allows children, groups of children or their representatives, who claim that their rights have been violated by their State to bring a communication, or complaint, before the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.14/11/20161MB
application/pdfGiving All Children in Bangladesh a Fair Start in LifeBangladesh is widely recognised as a Millennium Development Goal success story with a strong track record of growth and socio-economic development. The decline in the poverty headcount has been nothing short of remarkable. However, there are excluded children in this region. The reasons for exclusion – sex, location, ethnicity, religion, etc. – are intertwined and often complementary. Moreover, numerically, where a child is born in Bangladesh will be a strong determinant of her opportunities in life. We want to shine a spotlight on this location driven exclusion, with a focus on children born in hard to reach rural areas or in urban slums.27/07/20161MB
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