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Tahrim Ariba Chaudhury, Deputy Manager, Advocacy and Campaigns - Save the Children in Bangladesh
Doing whatever it takes: A front-line health worker in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has made tremendous progress in healthcare, but what does that mean to the most deprived communities? Despite its achievements, the harder to reach areas are still lagging behind, the...

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Moni Begum’s Story

In Bangladesh, 66% girls are forced to get married before they reach the age of 18 which makes the country one of the top three countries in the world that is heavily burdened with child marriage....

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The Every Last Child Campaign successfully integrates the most deprived in Sylhet

As a part of the Every Last Child Campaign, Save the Children and its’ partners have successfully arranged four medical camps in two sub-districts of the most deprived Sylhet division of Bangladesh...

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Youth lead community mobilisation in Bangladesh

As part of our campaign in Bangladesh, Save the Children is working with local youth advocates and communities to raise awareness on and find solutions to challenges faced to access essential...

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Addressing health inequities in Bangladesh

Save the Children Bangladesh and its partners, for the very first time, have agreed upon a broader consensus regarding increasing health budgets and adapting need-based programming policies in line...

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