| Bangladesh commits to reduce child deaths from pneumonia|| Inadequate healthcare, malnutrition and air pollution are causing children to die from pneumonia, which killed on average one child every hour in Bangladesh in 2019.
Government officials from Bangladesh committed to reaching global targets of reducing child pneumonia to 3 pneumonia deaths per 1000 live births in ‘Global Pneumonia Forum’.
| Banking Services for Working and Street Children||Save the Children has led the Banking for Working Children Advocacy Group coalition with an aim to ensure better financial inclusion of working and street children in the banking sector which can bring real change in the lives of working children of Bangladesh. Under this scheme a Banks welcome working children to open accounts by depositing only BDT10. ||18/05/2015||5MB|
| Pneumonia Policy Impact in Bangladesh||Written By: Tahrim Ariba Chaudhury
Over 48 million pneumonia vaccinations have been provided for children since 2015 since the inclusion of Pneumococcal Vaccine (PCV) in Government’s routine Expanded Program of Immunization (EPI) in March 2015. Save the Children and its partners have continued to advocate for this inclusion through the National Pneumonia Coalition for over 5 years. This success was a huge step forward in reducing preventable childhood deaths caused my Pneumonia.||27/04/2020||2MB|
|A day in the life of a health worker||Afia Afroze is a local hero from Bangladesh. As a front-line Community Health Worker (CHW), she devotes her time from dawn to dusk to developing better health condition in Bangladesh.||07/01/2014||12MB|
|A Mid-term Assessment by Stakeholders||Progress on Implementation of Child Focused UPR Recommendations (September 2013-October 2015)-Child Rights Advocacy Coalition in Bangladesh (CRAC,B).||03/03/2016||1MB|
|An Analysis of National and Local Budget of Bangladesh||A study analyzed the national and local budgets of Bangladesh focusing inclusive education and found insignificant resources available at the disposal of local governments to mark a meaningful impact, particularly for children with special needs.||10/10/2017||842KB|
|Analysis of Child Budget 2016-17||Child budget in Bangladesh had always been on the edge of the priority list. We are working closely with the government and advocating for sufficient allocation of budget for children and their development. Our recent report on the analysis of child budget for fiscal year 2016-17 sheds light on various aspects and different mechanism of budget allocation for children.||17/08/2016||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
|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|
|Annual Report 2020||The year 2020 was a milestone year for us for several reasons. Starting our journey in Bangladesh in 1970, we have completed 50th year in the country. We worked tirelessly and collectively with the Government of Bangladesh, our partners, and donors to tackle Covid-19 pandemic-one of the worst crises the world has ever seen with ramifications for public health, the economy and education. We stepped up our work to help the most vulnerable. We faced a steep learning curve but managed to roll out a range of support and preventative measures to address the pandemic and its impacts head on. With 1200 dedicated staff, and over 850 volunteers across the country, we responded to major emergencies, delivered innovative development programmes, and ensured children's voices are heard through our campaigning to build a better future for and with children.||24/06/2021||3MB|