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application/pdfState Party Periodic Report to UNCRCThis report provides an account of the present status on implementation of UN Child Rights Convention and it's Optional Protocols in Bangladesh. It gives a critical assessment of the Fifth Periodic Report submitted by the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh in October 2012 in light of the Concluding Observations in 2009 and General Comments made by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.18/05/2015438KB
application/pdfGovernance Mechanism of Ministry of Women & Children AffairsThis report describes present Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (MoWCA) structure and recommends for establishing a separate Directorate for Children. 18/05/20152MB
application/pdfMapping of Good CSR Practices in BangladeshA mapping exercise has been carried out with 48 businesses to identify Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices which reflect child rights in the Textile and ICT/Communication sectors. 18/05/20158MB
application/pdfParnership FrameworkThe Partnership Framework provides guidance for program and support staff on developing and supporting quality partnerships. The Framework will help ensure that we have a common approach to partnership across the Country Program. It covers definitions of partnership, including both strategic and project partnerships, Partnership Principles, Essential Standards, the partnership management cycle, and related tools and reference materials.09/07/20153MB
application/pdfPartnership Framework (Bangla version)The Partnership Framework provides guidance for program and support staff on developing and supporting quality partnerships. The Framework will help ensure that we have a common approach to partnership across the Country Program. It covers definitions of partnership, including both strategic and project partnerships, Partnership Principles, Essential Standards, the partnership management cycle, and related tools and reference materials.09/07/20153MB
application/pdfWorking in Partnership to Achieve Sustainable Impact Bangladesh is one of the countries that has met the MDG4 target and also exceeded. Nonetheless, there is still a high proportion of children under 5 dying from preventable and manageable conditions. Save the Children set up a coalition with civil society actors in Bangladesh to advocate for the provision of the pneumococcal vaccine, working in unison to coordinate pneumonia advocacy work with the government (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare). Over the past 6 years, the coalition members and Save the Children have developed a Community Case Management (CCM) approach as well. The Pneumococcal vaccine is to be integrated in routine EPI and CCM approach and will be integrated into the next national Child Health Strategy. The coalition has been successful by working with the government and public mobilization efforts. This report encompasses the advocacy and partnership work that brought the vaccine in routine EPI and scaling up of CCM approach.02/08/20153MB
application/pdfUNCRC-র ৫ম বিকল্প প্রতিবেদনের সুপারিশসমূহ বাংলাদেশ সরকারের পাশাপাশি ২০১৪ সালে শিশু অধিকার নিয়ে কাজ করে এমন ৬টি আন্তর্জাতিক সংস্থা (সেভ দ্য চিলড্রেন সহ), ৩টি নেটওয়ার্ক এবং একটি মানবাধিকার সংস্থার সমন্বয়ে গঠিত চাইল্ড রাইটস অ্যাডভোকেসি কোয়ালিশন ইন বাংলাদেশ একটি বিকল্প প্রতিবেদন প্রেরণ করে। এই প্রতিবেদনে শিশু অধিকার বিষয়ে সরকারের প্রদত্ত প্রতিশ্রুতির চর্চা ও ধারাবাহিকতার কথা উল্লেখ করা হয়েছে। 02/08/20154MB
application/pdfCountry Annual Review 2014Save the Children's Bangladesh Country Annual Review 201430/08/20153MB
application/pdfExtreme Poor Livelihoods ProgrammingExtreme 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. 13/12/201517MB
application/pdfThe Practicalities of Informed Consent in Development PhotoThe Practicalities of Informed Consent in Development Photography 'The Practicalities of Informed Consent in Development Photography' is the product of a qualitative research project undertaken in late 2014 by Save the Children. The development field juggles two competing priorities: protect vulnerable clients while bringing them and their causes into the limelight. Add to this mix a culture where privacy is a nebulous concept, literacy is not guaranteed, and photography is a novelty—and it becomes clear why contextual guidelines like this are needed. Author: Nabila Idris (nabila.idris@savethechildren.org) 13/12/2015586KB
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