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application/pdfNutrition Governance in BangladeshThis report seeks to provide an assessment of nutrition governance in Bangladesh, in order to inform Save the Children in designing it's ‘Signature’ program. Views expressed in this document are those of the authors Sanaul Mostafa, Kevin Robbins and Jonathan Rose (team lead and main contact: jarose64@yahoo.com), and do not necessarily reflect the views of Save the Children. 12/05/20151MB
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/pdfOptional Protocol 3-Child Versionজাতিসংঘ ১৯৮৯ সনে শিশু অধিকার সনদ ঘোষণা করে। বাংলাদেশ ১৯৯০ সালে এটি স্বাক্ষর করে। এ সনদে পৃথিবীর সকল শিশুর বেঁচে থাকা, বিকাশ ও নিরাপত্তাসহ অন্যান্য সকল বিষয়ে সমান সুযোগ সুবিধার কথা বলা হয়েছে। ঐচ্ছিক চুক্তি -৩ এই সনদে সংযুক্ত করা একটি সহায়ক চুক্তি। বিস্তারিত জানতে পড়ুন...06/12/2016817KB
application/pdfParnership FrameworkThe 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.09/07/20153MB
application/pdfPartnership Annual Report-2015Working 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 children. 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.27/03/20163MB
application/pdfPartnership 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.09/07/20153MB
application/pdfPartnerships between child led and adult organizationsThe following document summarizes experiences related to partnerships between child led and “adult” led organizations. It builds on experiences from implementing the project: “ICT and innovative partnerships – responding to well-known challenges for children in new ways” in Bangladesh.13/07/2017941KB
application/pdfPhotovoice Guideline BriefPhotovoice Guideline Brief20/08/201411MB
application/pdfPhotovoice needs assessment guidelines full reportPhotovoice is a participatory action research methodology that enables people to identify, represent and enhance their communities and life circumstances through photography. It is a process that "entrusts cameras to the hands of people to enable them to act as recorders, and potential analysts for social action and change, in their own communities.13/08/20148MB
application/pdfPHP Booklet - Child Protection11/06/20186MB
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