application/pdfEGE Project BriefEmpowering Girls through Education (EGE) project, designed by Save the Children and funded by Hempel Foundation is being implemented to address the challenges for transition of girl students from primary school to secondary school. The project is aiming to support 8,738 girl students of grade IV and V in 120 government primary schools from Rajarhat (under Kurigram district) and Madarganj (under Jamalpur district). 04/08/20201MB
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/pdfMonthly Newsletter-Throwback 2020The Monthly Newsletter-Save the Children in Bangladesh11/02/20211MB
application/pdfMonthly Newsletter- MarchMonthly Newsletter for March11/04/20211MB
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/pdfAnnual Report 2019The 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.19/11/20201MB
application/pdfMonthly Newsletter- FebruaryNewsletter for the month of February 202111/04/20211MB
application/pdfEvery Last Child a Spotlight on BangladeshEvery Last Child Campaign Spotlight: Giving All Children in Bangladesh a Fair Start in Life26/04/20161MB
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