|Empowering Children to Improve Services in School||Children 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...||23/11/2016||1MB|
|Ending Poverty in Our Generation||Save the Children’s vision for a post-2015 framework||25/03/2013||30KB|
|Engaging millions on the issue of Pneumonia in Bangladesh||Written By: Tahrim Ariba Chaudhury
Pneumonia, the Forgotten Killer has deprived millions of children under 5, the right to survive. Save the Children engages millions on profiling Pneumonia as the leading killer of children under 5 in Bangladesh.
|Every Last Child a Spotlight on Bangladesh||Every Last Child Campaign Spotlight: Giving All Children in Bangladesh a Fair Start in Life||26/04/2016||1MB|
|Every One: As It Has Been||No child is born to die. And no mother should die giving birth. Yet every year millions do. Save the Children is campaigning to end this injustice. That’s why Save the Children launched the EVERY ONE campaign in 2009 with a goal to save millions of children’s lives and help achieve Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 4 by 2015. Bangladesh is also a part of this global campaign and the document is the reflections of last five years "Every One" campaign in Bangladesh.
|Extreme Poor Livelihoods Programming||Extreme Poor Livelihoods Programming: Collection of Instruments
This book documents the instruments used in deploying Save the Children's Shiree programme across extreme poor households of south-west Bangladesh. Since there remains ample scope to replicate this model both within Bangladesh's borders and outside, the instruments have been published here in English as well as Bangla.
|EYE||Education for Youth Empowerment (EYE)-Project Brief||02/04/2017||126KB|
|Fatema's Story From Rohingya Camp||Fatema Jannat* is a 16-year-old Rohingya refugee who lives with her parents and siblings in one of the camps in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh. They fled to this neighbouring country from Myanmar due to the violence and finally settled in the camps two years ago. While in Myanmar, she did not attend school though had a zeal to learn in heart. In the camps in Bangladesh, she showed her interest to go to school but her parents did not allow as the learning centres teach both the boys and girls together. With a heavy heart she continued reading Quran instead, alone at home.||30/06/2020||205KB|
|Feeding the Most Vulnerable||Emergency Preparedness for Food Security-Food Bank Interventions in Waterlogged Areas of Bangladesh.||12/02/2017||5MB|
|Fighting for Breath in Bangladesh||Fighting for Breath in Bangladesh: A call to action on childhood pneumonia||12/11/2017||85KB|