application/pdfDemocracy in Action:The Parliamentary Caucus on Child RightsThe parliamentary Caucus on Child Rights involved 20 parliamentarians, strengthening the capacity of parliamentarians on child rights. It has been facilitated by Save the Children since 2012 and has successfully enhanced the Caucus’ understanding on child rights, focusing on health and nutrition, education and protection etc. They are now better informed to raise the issue of child rights and advocate for policy changes to benefit children. In addition, this engagement also brought together civil society and parliamentarians to bridge the gap between parliament and citizen. 18/01/20163MB
application/pdfDisaster Management Policy 2015National Disaster Management Policy was published in September, 2015. Government along with other stakeholders are working towards developing guidelines to adapt this policy to all level.09/01/2017334KB
application/pdfDoing More,Doing Better:Social Protection for Adscnt GirlsThis story shows the process of how to better include adolescent girls in the existing social protection framework in Bangladesh. Through evidence-based strategic advocacy, Save the Children has tried to better link with social protection systems and structures already in place in order to improve social protection for adolescent girls in Bangladesh. Save the Children has been implementing Child Sensitive Social Protection projects in Bangladesh since 2011 and is presently continuing its efforts to increase and improve social protection with the collaboration of WFP who supports MOWCA (Ministry of women and Children affairs) in administering VGD (Vulnerable Group Feeding) programme.18/01/20163MB
application/pdfEducation and Protection for Refugee Children (EPRC) ProjectBrief of Education and Protection for Refugee Children (EPRC) Project04/05/2017804KB
application/pdfEducation continuity during COVID-19 pandemic situation -1Education continuity during COVID-19 pandemic situation: Experience of Rohingya Response in Cox's Bazar08/09/2020889KB
application/pdfEducation continuity during COVID-19 pandemic situation- 2 Education continuity during COVID-19 pandemic situation: Experience of SHIKHON NFPE project08/09/2020980KB
application/pdfEducation for Children in EmergencyProject brief of Education for Children in Emergency (EiE)07/03/2017246KB
application/pdfEducation Program Learning Group WorkshopEducation Program Learning Group Workshop-A platform for cross program collaboration and learning 26/06/2016528KB
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/pdfEmergency Livelihood ProjectBrief of Emergency Livelihood Project (ELP)07/03/2017308KB
All Save the Children publications are free