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application/pdfCHILD BUDGET IN BANGLADESH Report Brief 2014CHILD BUDGET IN BANGLADESH Report Brief 201424/06/20142MB
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/pdfPhotovoice Guideline BriefPhotovoice Guideline Brief20/08/201411MB
application/pdfRegistration System GuidelineRegistration of the migrants, in particular to the children is essential for national planning and as a demographic base to build effective strategies. The LGIs have the mandate and responsibility to register birth, death, blinds, beggar and destitute (Local Government Ordinance, 1983) In a judgment passed by the high court in February 2011, relating to the violence against child domestic worker, the learned judges have directed the government to ensure registration of all the children and their families in the Ups who are seeking jobs elsewhere as well as the registration of their employers in the urban areas. A guideline is published by Save the Children under “Rural- Urban Child Migration Project” -on how to establish and set up the registration system at the LGI level, including a description to promote the utilization of the registration system at community level. It targets primarily all individual who are responsible for operating and managing registration system at the local government level. 25/08/20148MB
application/pdfBangladesh Annual Review 2013In 2013, Save the Children in Bangladesh reached more than 16.8 million children and adults through its programs. 16/09/201413MB
application/pdfUNCRC@25 Report'25 Years of the CRC in Bangladesh: Snapshot of Success' reflects on the progress made in child rights in Bangladesh, as well as consider the challenges that persist and make some recommendations for the way forward.20/11/20144MB
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/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/pdf Banking Services for Working and Street ChildrenSave the Children has led the Banking for Working Children Advocacy Group coalition with an aim to ensure better financial inclusion of working and street children in the banking sector which can bring real change in the lives of working children of Bangladesh. Under this scheme a Banks welcome working children to open accounts by depositing only BDT10. 18/05/20155MB
application/pdfPolicy Paper - Adolescent Girls and SPThis policy brief has been developed to advocate for increasing investment in social protection for adolescent girls which is necessary to identify and implement innovative new strategies in order to tackle the persistent problems undermining social and economic growth.18/05/20154MB
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