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A king’s daughter marries a poor man (May, 2008)
 

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.

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The lucky farmer (May, 2008)

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.

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A queen wants a cat (May, 2008)

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.

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A cat and a tiger (May, 2008)

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

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The rain and the king (May, 2008)

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.

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A tale of fishing (May, 2008)

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

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Writing a Communication Strategy for Development Program (December, 2008)

This tool is a guide to developing programme/project communication strategies for achieving MDGs, especially related to social and behavioural change.

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State of the World's Children 2009: Executive Summary(December, 2008)

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

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Kishori Abhijan: Highlights of baseline finding on adolescents' social environment (September, 2008)

This brochure presents the key findings of the baseline study for the UNICEF-supported Adolescent Empowerment project (Kishori Abhijan). The survey focuses on topics such as child marriage, dowry, birth registration, child rights, reproductive health and HIV/ AIDS.

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Child Labour and Education in Bangladesh: Evidence and Policy Recommendations (June, 2008)

This publication looks at the links between child labour and education in Bangladesh.

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SHEWA-B Health Impact Study Baseline Survey Results: Final Report (May, 2008)

The Health Impact Study Baseline Survey, Bangladesh looks at key sanitation, hygiene, and water quality behaviours and their impact on health.

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Key findings of the SHEWA-B Health Impact Study Baseline Survey Results: Final Report (May, 2008) 

Key findings of the Health Impact Study Baseline Survey in Bangladesh.

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National Guidelines for the Management of the Severely Malnourished Children in Bangladesh (May, 2008)

These National Guidelines were developed, targeting the doctors, senior nurses and other senior health professionals responsible for the facility-based inpatient therapeutic care of severely malnourished children in ten essential steps.

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Conventions and Treaties Ratified by Bangladesh (March, 2008)

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

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Operational Framework for Pre-Primary Education (March, 2008)

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 within the government primary school system.

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Opinions of Children of Bangladesh on Corporal Punishment (November, 2008)

The Children's Opinion Poll 2008 focuses on corporal punishment in school, home, and workplace. Children were also interviewed on issues of disabilities, disasters and gender.

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