Bangladesh

Md Shahidul Islam, John Scott, Victor Minichiello - Children and Young People Living with HIV/AIDS, Part of the series Cross-Cultural Research in Health, Illness and Well-Being15 Jun 2016

This study reports on children’s experiences of living with HIV-positive parents within the family context of Bangladesh. 

Better Care Network29 Oct 2015

This country care review includes the care-related Concluding Observations adopted by the Committee on the Rights of the Child.

The Daily Star30 Jun 2015

Save the Children in Bangladesh, the International Organization for Migration, Plan International- Bangladesh, Winrock, the Bangladesh National Women Lawyers' Association (BNWLA) and United Development Initiatives for Programme Actions (UDDIPAN) organised a national convention for reducing the impact of unsafe migration on children in Bangladesh. This article presents a summary of the panel discussions as well as the recommendations and draft declaration that came out of the convention.

The Daily Star23 Feb 2015

A correspondent from the Daily Star in Bangladesh investigated an “orphanage” at Angaria village in Dumki upazila that was receiving government funds.

Syed Tashfin Chowdhury, Aljazeera 8 Feb 2015

Syed Tashfin Chowdhury from Aljazeera reported on stealing and selling newborns from public hospitals in Bangladesh as numbers of stolen babies are on the rise. New parents describe 'nightmares' after their newborns were kidnapped.

South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation1 Jan 2007

A regional strategic framework for coordinating policies to protect, care and support children affected by HIV/AIDS in South Asia.

UNICEF 1 Jan 2007

This report brings together current research – much of it unpublished – on the impact of HIV/AIDS on children in the South Asian region. It presents an overview of the findings of studies in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Pakistan and recommendations for national action.

Neha Bhandari and Ravi Karkara - Save the Children Sweden1 Jan 2006

This report captures the discussions and activities from a workshop held in Kathmandu, Nepal on 17-19 October 2005 on engaging men as caregivers. The report presents a background and rationale, the expectations and objectives of the workshop, and an overview of work being done to engage fathers both in the region as well as globally.