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Bangladesh Primary Education Stipends: A Qualitative Assessment
The purpose of the study was to assist appropriate programme and policy reforms in the primary education stipend programme for the new phase of the sector-wide Third Primary Education Development Programme (PEDP3).

Millennium Development Goals: Bangladesh Progress Report 2012
Bangladesh has made remarkable progress in the areas of poverty reduction, reducing the prevalence of underweight children, increasing enrolment at primary schools, lowering the infant mortality rate and maternal mortality ratio, improving immunization...

Children's Opinion Poll: Children’s Views and Expectations from Political Aspirants and Leaders in Bangladesh
UNICEF Bangladesh undertook the first of its kind, an opinion poll on children's expectations of political aspirants and leaders on socio-economic rights of children; which will help make children's voice visible to political aspirants and leaders.

Child Equity Atlas: Pockets of Social Deprivation in Bangladesh
The Child Equity Atlas has unpacked the patterns of progress recorded by Bangladesh; has mapped the prevailing pockets of key social deprivations faced by children, youth and women between the 2001 and 2011 censuses...

Child-focused Budgeting Framework
Child-focused budgeting is a framework to guide the nature and scope of public sector investments on how children’s needs are prioritized within the available fiscal space as well as resource gaps and indicators to track allocative efficiency.

The State of the World’s Children 2013: Executive Summary
The 2013 edition of The State of the World’s Children is dedicated to the situation of children with disabilities.

The State of the World’s Children 2013
The 2013 edition of The State of the World’s Children is dedicated to the situation of children with disabilities.

A Case for Geographic Targeting of Basic Social Services to Mitigate Inequalities in Bangladesh
The reduction of geographic inequalities is a powerful strategy to accelerate poverty reduction with equity. UNICEF conducted this study to better understand geographic disparities with regard to basic social services.

A cat and a tiger
The story book is for Class I students. They will read the story and enjoy the way the kitten saves herself.

A king’s daughter marries a poor man
The story book is for Class II students. They will read the story and enjoy turn of the events which finds a simple boy accidentally fulfilling a king’s condition and marrying the princess.

A Matter of Magnitude: The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Women and Children in South Asia
A report that looks at the impact that food, fuel and financial crises of 2008 have had on women and children in South Asia.

Anaemia Prevalence Survey of Urban Bangladesh and Rural Chittagong Hill Tracts
A survey on the prevalence of anaemia in Bangladesh.

A perspective on gender equality in Bangladesh
This 2011 UNICEF report argues that girls are being discriminated against during the transition period between puberty and legal adulthood (10-19 years), and this is having a detrimental effect on their personal, social and economic well-being.

A queen wants a cat
The story book is for Class I students. They will read the story and enjoy the way a message gets changed and loses its aim and goes astray if we let our imagination play so freely.

Assessing district progress on MDGs : trends from 2000 to 2006
This 12-page report analyses trends in eight indicators from the year 2000 to 2006, based on three UNICEF-supported national household surveys in Bangladesh.

A tale of fishing
Browsing through the story book will give the children joy and happiness. They will feel like reading more of such books.

Attaining MDGs in Bangladesh
This World Bank report focuses on the attainment of five human development-related MDGs in Bangladesh – poverty; infant and under-five mortality; child malnutrition; school enrollment and completion; and gender disparities in schools.

A World Fit for Children
This booklet contains state delegations’ commitments in the 2002 UN General Assembly for children and young people, including the consensus outcome document of the Assembly ‘A World Fit for Children’ and other relevant international obligation documents.

Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey 2007
The 2007 Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) as part of the worldwide BDHS program and is designed to collect data on fertility, family planning, and maternal and child health.

Bangladesh national drinking water quality survey 2009
The Bangladesh National Drinking Water Quality Survey (NDWQS) of 2009 aims to provide disaggregated data at a district level on access to arsenic-safe water.

Baseline study: Children in Bangladesh News Media
Baseline study: Children in Bangladesh News Media, aims to assess the ethical standards of news coverage on and for children in Bangladesh’s media.

Better Health, Better Education
The training manual ‘Better health, better education’ will be helpful to groom individuals as healthy students who can complete primary education successfully.

Child and Mother Nutrition Survey 2005
Child and Mother Nutrition Survey in 2005, conducted by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics of the Government's Planning Division with UNICEF support, is designed to asses the nutritional status of children under 5 years and their mothers in Bangladesh.

Child friendly version of a World Fit for Children
This child friendly version of A World Fit for Children, prepared by Save the Children, aims to inform the children and young people about the commitments made by Governments at the 2002 UN Gen

Child Labour and Education in Bangladesh: Evidence and Policy Recommendations
This publication looks at the links between child labour and education in Bangladesh

Children and the Millennium Development Goals:Progress towards A World Fit For Children
This report provides new information and analysis on how far the world has come to reduce child and maternal mortality and malnutrition, ensuring universal primary education, protecting children against abuse, exploitation and violence, and combating HIV

Children and Climate Change poster
UNICEF recognises climate change as one of the biggest threats to children in Bangladesh.

Children’s Rights and Business Principles
The Children’s Rights and Business Principles is the first comprehensive set of principles to guide companies on the full range of actions they can take in the workplace, marketplace and community to respect and support children’s rights.

Children's Voices
Created to mark twenty years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child,Children's Voices is a collection of drawings that provide insight into the daily joys and tragedies of child rights in Bangladesh.

Concluding observations of the CRC Committee: Bangladesh
The 2009 concluding observations of the Committee on the Rights of the Child examine the progress that Bangladesh has made to implement the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Conventions and Treaties Ratified by Bangladesh
This document lists all the international conventions and treaties related to children's issues and the status of Bangladesh to ratify them.

Do You See My World?
Do You See My World? is a collection of photographs documenting daily life in rural Bangladesh, taken by 30 selected adolescents who have taken part in UNICEF's Empowerment of Adolescents project.

Facts for Life
Facts For Life is a communication tool that aims to provide information on how to save and improve the lives of children. The booklet will be used by frontline workers, health professionals, teachers, media professionals.

Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities. Key Findings, National Report Bangladesh 2008
This report presents the key findings of the Bangladeshi component of the Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities, a UNICEF research project examining child poverty in 46 countries.

Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities. National Report Bangladesh 2008
This report outlines the Bangladeshi findings of the Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities, a UNICEF research project examining child poverty in 46 countries.

Habits of a Lifetime: Improving children's lives through UNICEF's water, sanitation and hygiene programme in Bangladesh
This report presents an overview of UNICEF's water, sanitation and hygiene programme in Bangladesh from 2002-2007.

Handbook for Ethical Reporting on and for Children
The Handbook for Ethical Reporting on and for Children is a guide to help media professionals practice ethical journalism in regard to reporting on and for children. The contents of this handbook was partly informed by a Baseline Study in Bangladesh

Household Food Security and Nutrition Assessment 2009, in Bangladesh (HFSNA 2009)
The study analyzed the effect of high food prices in 2007/08 on the household food security and nutritional status of children under five years and mothers in Bangladesh.

Indicators for the MDGs: definitions, rationale, concept and sources
The present handbook provides guidance on the definitions, rationale, concepts and sources of data for each of the 48 indicators that are being used to monitor the eight MDGs and 18 targets.

Key findings of the Bangladesh Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2009: Preliminary Report, Progotir Pathey.
The purpose of the study was to assist appropriate programme and policy reforms in the primary education stipend programme for the new phase of the sector-wide Third Primary Education Development Programme (PEDP3).

Key findings of the SHEWA-B Health Impact Study Baseline Survey Results: Final Report.
Key findings of the Health Impact Study Baseline Survey in Bangladesh results

Kishori Abhijan/Empowerment of Adolescents Project: Report on Baseline Findings
The baseline study for the Kishori Abhijan project.

Kishori Abhijan: Highlights of baseline finding on adolescents' social environment
Key findings of the baseline study for the Kishori Abhijhan project.

Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices and Expectations (KAPE) Study on Child Labor in Bangladesh
The KAPE (Knowledge, Attitude, Practice, and Expectations) study assesses the current knowledge, attitudes, and behaviour towards child labor and helps develop a baseline, which assesses the viability of possible future interventions.

Living in the Urban Jungle
Living in the Urban Jungle is a collection of photographs taken by twenty children aged 12-16 living and/or working on the streets of Dhaka and Barisal. All of the child participants are beneficiaries of UNICEF's Protection of Children at Risk project.

Making economic sense for arsenic mitigation
This report assesses the mortality rate attributable to arsenic in Bangladesh and measures the lost productivity due to this mortality burden as a fraction of the country’s Gross Domestic Product.

MDG Mid Term Bangladesh Progress Report 2007
Millennium Development Goals: A Mid-Term Bangladesh Progress Report 2007 outlines the progress made in Bangladesh towards achieving the MDGs.

Millennium Development Goals: Bangladesh Progress Report
This, the first Bangladesh MDG Progress Report, was prepared jointly by the Government of Bangladesh and the UN Country Team in consultation with other stakeholders.

Mitigating socio-economic inequalities to accelerate poverty reduction: Investing in vulnerable children
This study sets out a plan to cover all the most vulnerable children in Bangladesh under three interventions delivered by the Government of Bangladesh together with UNICEF, and explores the scope of these interventions for poverty reduction in general.

Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2009, Progotir Pathey, Volume I: Technical Report
This is the full technical report of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2009, which includes data on 23 indicators related to the MDGs. This first volume gives national and district level data.

Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2006, Progotir Pathey, Volume I: Technical Report
This is the full technical report of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2006, including detailed information on methodology and results at national and divisional level.

Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2006, Progotir Pathey, Volume II: District Tables
This report presents the data at district level from the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2006.

Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2006, Progotir Pathey, Key findings
This 20-page report outlines the key findings of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) 2006.

National Budget: Are the commitments to the children of Bangladesh being kept?
This study highlights the gaps that have existed in past Bangladeshi national budgets, focusing specifically on child-related issues.

National Children Policy-1994
The National Policy on Children was implemented to ensure the security, welfare and development of children in Bangladesh.

National Communication Framework and Plan for Infant and Young Child Feeding in Bangladesh
The national Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) strategy aims to reduce the number of infant deaths caused by under-nutrition.

National Guidelines for the Management of the Severely Malnourished Children in Bangladesh
The purpose of the study was to assist appropriate programme and policy reforms in the primary education stipend programme for the new phase of the sector-wide Third Primary Education Development Programme (PEDP3).

National Low Birth Weight Survey of Bangladesh 2003-2004
This survey describes the prevalence of low birth weight babies in Bangladesh.

National Strategy for Anaemia Prevention and Control in Bangladesh
This national strategy identifies interventions for anaemia prevention and control aimed at high risk groups, especially infants and young children, adolescent girls, newly wed women and pregnant and breastfeeding women.

National Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding in Bangladesh
This national strategy identifies comprehensive actions necessary to improve legislation, policies and standards to ensure optimum infant and young child feeding practices and strengthen the capacity of health services and communities to protect, promote

National Strategy for the Implementation of Community Radio Installation, Broadcast and Operations Policy in Bangladesh
This report contains the key strategies of the GoB to implement the Community Radio Installation, Broadcast and Operation Policy, 2008. It places the GoB at the centre; focusing on two pivotal roles: regulator and facilitator.This report contains the key

Operational framework for pre-primary education
The Operational Framework for Pre-Primary Education outlines the Government of Bangladesh strategy to establish playgroups and preschools nationwide. Under the framework, pre-primary education is integrated with the government primary school system.

Opinions of Children of Bangladesh on Corporal Punishment
Given the limited opportunities for children to publicly express their thoughts and views, UNICEF conducted a children's opinion poll for the second time in Bangladesh in 2008

Our School, Our Joy
Our School, Our Joy presents 12 case studies of government primary schools around Bangladesh. The case studies prove that community involvement is essential for quality primary education.

Report on National Child Labour Survey 2002-2003
This report provides detailed statistics on the situation of child labour in Bangladesh.

Saving Children from hazardous working condition is a National Priority
A brochure on the UNICEF/Government of Bangladesh Basic Education for Hard to Reach Urban Working Children (BETRUWC) project (2nd phase).

Sexual Abuse and Commercial Exploitation of Children
This publication was commissioned by UNICEF to build on past national and global efforts to tackle the sexual abuse and exploitation of children.

SHEWA-B Health Impact Study Baseline Survey Results: Final Report
The Health Impact Study Baseline Survey, Bangladesh looks at key sanitation, hygiene, and water quality behaviours and their impact on health.

Situation assessment and analysis of Children and Women in Bangladesh 2009
This document provides a detailed overview and analysis of the status of child rights' implementation in Bangladesh.

State of World's Children Report 2009
The State of the World’s Children 2009 presents global and country specific data on the current situation of children. The theme of the report is maternal and newborn health, a critical area for Bangladesh in its effort to reach MDGs 4 and 5.

State of the World’s Children 2009: Executive Summary
The Executive Summary presents the highlights of the State of the World's Children 2009 Report on the theme of maternal and neonatal health.

State of World's Children Report 2008
The State of the World’s Children 2008 provides a wide-ranging assessment of the current state of child survival and primary health care for mothers, newborns and children.

State of the World’s Children Special Edition: Celebrating 20 Years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child
UNICEF's global flagship report The State of the World's Children, commemorating 20 years of CRC, was launched in Dhaka on 6 December 2009. UNICEF unveiled the report and an exhibition together with the Government and children’s representatives.

State of the World’s Children Special Edition: Celebrating 20 Years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Executive Summary
UNICEF's global flagship report The State of the World's Children, commemorating 20 years of CRC, was launched in Dhaka on 6 December 2009. UNICEF unveiled the report and an exhibition together with the Government and children’s representatives.

State of the World’s Children Special Edition: Celebrating 20 Years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Statistical Tables
This reference guide, published in November 2009, presents the most recent key statistics on child survival, development and protection for the world’s countries, territories and regions.

The lucky farmer
The story book is for Class II students. They will read the story and enjoy the way it ends which establishes that an innocent person gets lucky again and again.

The rain and the king
The story book is for Class II students. They will simply read the story and marvel at the turn of the events and enjoy the whole thing.

The State of the World’s Children 2011: Adolescence – An Age of Opportunity
The State of the World’s Children 2011: Adolescence – An Age ofOpportunity examines the global state of adolescents and explores therisks and vulnerabilities of this pivotal stage.

The State of the World’s Children 2011: Executive Summary
The State of the World’s Children 2011 examines the global state ofadolescents; outlines the challenges they face in health, education,protection and participation.

The State of the World’s Children 2012 Executive Summary
The State of the World’s Children 2012 suggests ways to improve the urban realities that children confront, and identifies broad policy actions that should be included in any strategy to reach children and foster equity.

The State of the World’s Children 2012 Report
The 2012 State of the World’s Children Report focuses on urban children. It points out that children are not necessarily better off living in the cities rather than rural areas: broad national figures often hide great disparities among children

Third and Fourth Periodic Report of the Government of Bangladesh under the CRC
This report produced by the Government of Bangladesh describes the progress made to implement the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Towards an Arsenic Safe Environment in Bangladesh
This publication summarizes some of the most recent research and data regarding the arsenic problem in Bangladesh from health, water supply and agricultural perspectives.

Towards an Arsenic Safe Environment in Bangladesh (Executive Summary)
This publication summarizes some of the most recent research and data regarding the arsenic problem in Bangladesh from health, water supply and agricultural perspectives.

Towards a justice delivery system for children in Bangladesh
This publication is a guide for the various professional groups that deal with children who are in conflict with the law in Bangladesh. It is a guide on how to best apply and implement the various laws in the country that relate to child offenders.

Understanding Urban Inequalities in Bangladesh: A prerequisite for achieving Vision 2021
This study, based on results of the 2009 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey, shades light on the fact that urban dwellers in Bangladesh are worse off than rural dwellers and argues that it is time for policy-makers to invest in the country's slums.

Writing a Communication Strategy for Development Programmes
This practical guide for development professionals explains how to produce programme communication strategies to create social and behavioural change.

 

 

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