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application/pdfFinancial Inclusion for Street and Working ChildrenAs a result of Save the Children’s advocacy work with Bangladesh Bank, the central Bank introduced a financial product in 2014 to enable working and street children to open basic savings accounts. This briefing paper provides evidence of the best practice that shows that providing children with access to the formal banking system is very effective in children’s lives.18/01/20163MB
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/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheetFunding Gap TableProposal of HIV Funding Request (re-iteration) to the Global Fund has been uploaded for your comments and feedback. Save the Children along with government is a Principle Recipient (PR) of the Global Fund. Before submitting this proposal to the Global Fund, Govt. would like to incorporate the comments and feedback if received. You can send your comments and feedback to the following email: shahidul.islam@savethechildren.org by 30 August 2020. 30/08/202014KB
application/mswordFUNDING REQUEST APPLICATION FORMGlobal Fund FUNDING REQUEST APPLICATION FORM12/02/2017758KB
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentFunding Request FormProposal of HIV Funding Request (re-iteration) to the Global Fund has been uploaded for your comments and feedback. Save the Children along with government is a Principle Recipient (PR) of the Global Fund. Before submitting this proposal to the Global Fund, Govt. would like to incorporate the comments and feedback if received. You can send your comments and feedback to the following email: shahidul.islam@savethechildren.org by 30 August 2020. 30/08/20204MB
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheetFUNDING REQUEST_FUNDING LANDSCAPEFUNDING REQUEST_FUNDING LANDSCAPE12/02/2017122KB
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application/pdfGetting ready for school in Chittagong Hill Tracts (Bangla)Getting ready for school in Chittagong Hill Tracts A comparative analysis of mother tongue and national langue based preschools in indigenous communities By Gowri Vijaya Kumar Children of MTBMLE preschools had significantly enhanced language, literacy and school readiness skills compared to children who had attended preschool in Bangla. Children in MTBMLE preschools outperformed their counterparts in Bangla-based preschools in several areas: communication, language and literacy; problem-solving, reasoning, and numeracy; knowledge and understanding of the world, and concepts about print. Classroom observations revealed that MTBMLE classrooms were more participatory and culturally relevant to children. Focus group discussions with community members highlighted a diversity of opinions about language issues, but suggested that MTBMLE preschools may allow for greater participation from parents in reinforcing learning outside the classroom. 04/05/201617MB
application/pdfGetting ready for school in Chittagong Hill Tracts (English)Getting ready for school in Chittagong Hill Tracts A comparative analysis of mother tongue and national langue based preschools in indigenous communities By Gowri Vijaya Kumar Children of MTBMLE preschools had significantly enhanced language, literacy and school readiness skills compared to children who had attended preschool in Bangla. Children in MTBMLE preschools outperformed their counterparts in Bangla-based preschools in several areas: communication, language and literacy; problem-solving, reasoning, and numeracy; knowledge and understanding of the world, and concepts about print. Classroom observations revealed that MTBMLE classrooms were more participatory and culturally relevant to children. Focus group discussions with community members highlighted a diversity of opinions about language issues, but suggested that MTBMLE preschools may allow for greater participation from parents in reinforcing learning outside the classroom. 04/05/201615MB
application/pdfGiving All Children in Bangladesh a Fair Start in LifeBangladesh is widely recognised as a Millennium Development Goal success story with a strong track record of growth and socio-economic development. The decline in the poverty headcount has been nothing short of remarkable. However, there are excluded children in this region. The reasons for exclusion – sex, location, ethnicity, religion, etc. – are intertwined and often complementary. Moreover, numerically, where a child is born in Bangladesh will be a strong determinant of her opportunities in life. We want to shine a spotlight on this location driven exclusion, with a focus on children born in hard to reach rural areas or in urban slums.27/07/20161MB
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