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application/pdfBuilding Urban Resilience: Case Study Collection A collection of case studies from Proyash – an Urban Risk Reduction project, showcasing our interventions towards building urban resilience among our stakeholders – women, children and local government in particular.02/01/20189MB
application/pdfHumanitarian Sector Overview Pamphlet An overview of our work in the Humanitarian Sector 02/01/20188MB
application/pdfRoundtable Discussion on Child-Sensitive Urban PlanningA report on the round-table discussion that took place on 28 December 201602/01/20185MB
application/pdfStakeholder analysis of Strengthening Urban ResilienceA brief analysis of stakeholders we work with under SURP project26/12/2017578KB
application/pdfPosition Paper on Urban ResilienceSave the Children Bangladesh’s strategy for Urban Resilience.26/12/20174MB
application/pdfProyash-Urban Community Volunteer Initiative-Best PracticesA best practice document on our Urban Community Volunteer initiative, where volunteers from the community are trained to respond to disaster and emergency.26/12/2017348KB
application/pdfThe Proyash Project - Garment Industry Interventions A quick insight into our capacity-building work with the garment sector in collaboration with the Bangladesh Fire and Civil Defence.26/12/20174MB
application/pdfClean, Green and Safe ApproachThe Humanitarian Sector’s approach on creating a cleaner, greener and safer environment.26/12/20178MB
application/pdfFighting for Breath in BangladeshFighting for Breath in Bangladesh: A call to action on childhood pneumonia12/11/201785KB
application/pdfSocial Cost of Migration on Children left behindThe study investigated and identified the social costs of migration on children who are left behind when their parents (one or both) migrate internally or internationally for employment. The study identifies the impacts on children associated with migration at household and community levels in terms of their safety and protection, health, education and rights. The study also attempts to discern how children (both male and female) of migrants are affected as a result of being left behind.12/11/20172MB
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