Save the Children, Bangladesh
Partner Connection
We build partnerships: collaborate with children, civil society organizations, communities, governments and the private sector to share knowledge, influence others and build capacity to ensure children’s rights are met
We mounted major responses to all disasters in Bangladesh starting from the 1970 cyclone to the recent Flood in 2014 and maintained the capacity to respond to any disaster that puts children at risk
In 2014, Child Protection sector, along with 24 partner NGOs directly reached 45,393 children (22,509 girls, 22,884 boys) and 47,003 adults (26,279 women, 20,724 men)
As a direct result of the social accountability, capacity building and awareness raising activities under CFLG project, in 2014 USD 269,991 was allocated by 34 Union Parishads (the lowest tier of local government in rural areas) and 2 municipalities
In the ‘Most Critical 1000 Days’ Program, amongst the targeted 2,500 moderate and extreme poor households with pregnant and lactating women, 611 extreme poor households received asset support for income generation
Save the Children launched a new Integrated Child Development Program in an urban slum of Dhaka. This initiative will strengthen our approach to urban programming and allow us to assess the potential role of Individual Child Sponsorship in that context
We reached over 4.2 million direct beneficiaries in 18 low performing districts of Bangladesh. Throughout the year, 61,524 deliveries were conducted by skilled birth attendants trained by Save the Children
total 583 partners are working in 12 different thematic areas.

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