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application/pdfChild Rights Commission - FlyerTo ensure rights and protection of every last child there is no alternative to an independent Child Rights Commission. Together with children and civil society (partners), we aim to pursue research, innovation, analysis and advocacy to influence the policy, governance and programmatic agenda so that the rights of all children can be meaningfully and sustainably realised.31/07/2016930KB
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
application/pdfRound-table Discussion Inclusion of Primary Education as OurEducation is one of the basic needs of every human being. Bangladesh Constitution recognized this need and enjoins on the State ``to adopt effective measures for the purpose of- establishing a uniform, mass oriented and universal system of education and extending free and compulsory education to all children to such stage as may be determined by law; relating education to the needs of society and producing properly trained and motivated citizens to serve those needs; removing illiteracy within such time as may be determined by law.26/06/2016665KB
application/pdfEducation Program Learning Group WorkshopEducation Program Learning Group Workshop-A platform for cross program collaboration and learning 26/06/2016528KB
application/pdfVoices of HopeTALES OF PROGRESS FROM THE CHILD SENSITIVE SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAMME IN BANGLADESH26/06/20165MB
application/pdfChild Poverty and Child Club -Bangla Child Poverty and Child Clubs-Making Time to Learn, Play and Act for Change26/06/20166MB
application/pdfChild Poverty and Child Club -English Child Poverty and Child Clubs-Making Time to Learn, Play and Act for Change26/06/20162MB
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/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/pdfTeachers’ Practices & Capacities in the GPS and Community...Teachers’ Practices & Capacities in the GPS and Community Perception on MTBMLE approach by Innovition Consulting Private Limited Teachers give instructions in Bangla in the classroom though they use different indigenous languages to make the lessons comprehensible to the children. Majority of the teachers (66%) faced different problems while teaching indigenous children. The main problem they faced is the inability of the children to understand Bangla. 04/05/201614MB
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