|Children in Bangladesh-Progress Towards Commitments 2015||The Child Rights Advocacy Coalition in Bangladesh believes that civil society organizations have a significant role to play in assisting the Government to implement the recommendations of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and the child focused Universal Periodic Review of the United Nations Human Rights Council (the UPR) recommendations at the national level. As a part of that process, the Coalition has prepared this report as an instrument to assess the progress of the Government’s initiatives to implement their commitments and identify the gaps and challenges. The Coalition has also put forward some specific policy recommendations for the Government’s consideration, to overcome existing challenges for children in Bangladesh.||05/10/2016||13MB|
|Booklet on Protecting Children from Sexual Abuse||আপনি কি জানেন?
- আপনার ছেলে এবং মেয়ে শিশু উভয়ই যৌন নির্যাতনের শিকার হতে পারে?
- বেশিরভাগ যৌন নিপীড়কই শিশুর পরিচিত বা আশেপাশের কেউ?
- কিভাবে অভিভাবক/সেবাদানকারী এবং শিশুরা যৌন নির্যাতন প্রতিরোধ করবে?
শিশুদের সুরক্ষাকে গুরুত্ব দিয়ে এই বুকলেটটি তৈরি করা হয়েছে আপনাদের এসব সংশ্লিষ্ট প্রশ্নের উত্তর দেয়ার জন্য। ||04/10/2016||1MB|
|Improving Accountability Improving Services in School||Transformation begins when you bring together children and school authorities. This content sheds light on the stories of change that made students participatory in their schools and authorities accountable for services. To know about the stories of transformation read more here.||06/09/2016||418KB|
|Children and Resilience||A Collection of Success Stories of Humanitarian Work, Save the Children in Bangladesh ||31/08/2016||6MB|
|Analysis of Child Budget 2016-17||Child budget in Bangladesh had always been on the edge of the priority list. We are working closely with the government and advocating for sufficient allocation of budget for children and their development. Our recent report on the analysis of child budget for fiscal year 2016-17 sheds light on various aspects and different mechanism of budget allocation for children.||17/08/2016||3MB|
|Newsletter on MaMoni Health Systems Strengthening (HSS)||Please find here our latest newsletter on MaMoni Health Systems Strengthening (HSS) Project and read this issue to find out what MaMoni HSS has been up to. Have a look and share your valuable thoughts and feedback with us.||14/08/2016||922KB|
|Holistic approach towards Promotion of inclusive Education||Despite significant progress in access to primary education, 4 million school going age children including children with disabilities are still out of school in Bangladesh. This indicates that the education system in Bangladesh is not ensuring the provision of Right to Education to all children. Children with disabilities (CWDs) are the most vulnerable amongst the disadvantaged groups of children in Bangladesh.||04/08/2016||954KB|
|Psychological First Aid Training Manual||The Psychological First Aid Training Manual is aimed at developing skills and competences that will help child protection staff reduce the initial distress of children who have recently been exposed to a traumatic event. The training targets Save the Children's staff, partners, and professionals such as teachers, educators, health and social workers etc., and volunteers working directly with children in emergencies or in the aftermath of conflicts, natural disasters and critical events.||04/08/2016||3MB|
|Child Rights Commission - Flyer||To 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.||31/07/2016||930KB|
|Giving All Children in Bangladesh a Fair Start in Life||Bangladesh 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.||27/07/2016||1MB|