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application/pdfKOLOROB: A "Clamour" for Change in Urban SlumsInformation Communication Technology (ICT) as a social accountability tool has been introduced in the Child Rights Governance programme in Bangladesh. KOLOROB is an android app that enables citizens and civil society organisations (CSOs) to directly link with service providers, as well as access and share available data. This story illustrates the process of how the need is addressed in a systematic way and is made accessible to government services. 18/01/20162MB
application/pdfLessons from the Ground A Collection of Case Studies“The publication has put together examples of some innovative practices, particularly around Maternal, Newborn and Child Health issues in Bangladesh. The case studies offer useful lessons and insights that you may wish to flip through.14/01/201612MB
application/pdfLessons Learned and Best Practices (Bangla)Children of MTBMLE are enthusiastic to go to school and can share their lessons with their parents at home. MTBMLE pre-primary education in Khagrachari and Bandarban has brought significant changes in enrolment and lessened dropout rates, encouraging parents to send their children to school. The study contains practical recommendations to strengthen local delivery of MTBMLE, and provides clear justification for government to provide greater support to MTBMLE pre-primary in future.04/05/201618MB
application/pdfLessons Learned and Best Practices (English)Children of MTBMLE are enthusiastic to go to school and can share their lessons with their parents at home. MTBMLE pre-primary education in Khagrachari and Bandarban has brought significant changes in enrolment and lessened dropout rates, encouraging parents to send their children to school. The study contains practical recommendations to strengthen local delivery of MTBMLE, and provides clear justification for government to provide greater support to MTBMLE pre-primary in future.04/05/20169MB
application/pdfLetter on Child Friendly Local Governance issued by LGDRecently, Local Government Division under the Ministry of LGRD and Cooperatives in Bangladesh issued two circulars on 19 December 2016, instructing Bangladesh Local Government Support Project (LGSP) to mainstream child-Friendly local governance approach by ensuring child participation in decision making process of Local Government. 03/01/20171MB
application/pdfMaa O Shishu-r PustiA handbook on maternal and child health nutrition14/01/201610MB
application/pdfMainstreaming Child Rights in the Academia in BangladeshProject Brief of Academia20/07/2017357KB
application/pdfMalnutrition in BangladeshMalnutrition in Bangladesh: Harnessing social protection for the most vulnerable explores the impact of social protection across nutrition pathways. It shows how developing social protection throughout the lifecycle--incorporating nutrition behaviour change, adolescent girls, women's empowerment and the 1,000-day window of opportunity between a woman’s pregnancy and her child’s second birthday--will shape healthier futures for all. A collaborative effort by Save the Children UK's Advocacy and PPQ, and the Bangladesh country office, the report is published in partnership with the Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance in Bangladesh.08/03/20153MB
application/pdfMaMoni Health Systems Strengthening Project-NewsletterMaMoni HSS Project supports Bangladesh Government to observe World Prematurity Day 2015 and national introduction of KMC27/03/20161MB
application/pdfMaMoni Health Systems Strengthening​MaMoni Health Systems Strengthening​-Project brief07/03/20173MB
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