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'Safe Back to School’ campaign pledges full support for reopening

Eighteen national and international development organizations on-board the ‘Safe Back to School’ (SB2S) campaign applauded the decision of the Bangladesh government to reopen schools almost after 18 ...

'Safe Back to School’ campaign pledges full support for reopening

Climate change in the eyes of children

Children have given expression to their thoughts on climate change issues through camera and canvas in a recent photography and art competition

The winners

Red Alert Campaign: Children’s voice on climate action

Save the Children International announced the Red Alert campaign which aims to enhance the voice of children and youth, who are among the primary victims of climate emergency and the future leaders ...

School children hold placard urging global leaders to act against climate change.

Artivism

‘Children will be vocal and active about climate change’

A children’s art and photography competition, ‘Artivism: Climate change as I see it,’ is being held, organised by Prothom Alo and Save the Children in Bangladesh

‘Children will be vocal and active about climate change’

Child rights

Save the Children and Prothom Alo sign MoU

Save the Children and Prothom Alo have signed an MoU to jointly work for improving the lives of the children and ensuring their rights

Save the Children and Prothom Alo sign  MoU

Mayoral Dialogue on Safe, Sustainable, Inclusive Cities

‘Urban policy must be approved’

By the year 2041, half of the total population will be living in cities. And 80 per cent of work will be centred on cities. Each and every city needs to prepare for this massive workload

‘Urban policy must be approved’

A forgotten killer of children

Time to act together against pneumonia

Tackling pneumonia is neither difficult nor expensive.The solution to address the crisis is available and is known

Time to act together against pneumonia

Virtual roundtable

'Coordination among different departments can improve urban disaster management'

Bangladesh lags a bit behind in managing urban-centric disasters. But coordination among the concerned agencies can ensure progress

'Coordination among different departments can improve urban disaster management'

No trade license for buildings without fire safety: DNCC mayor

The Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) will not provide trade license or holding numbers to the buildings which will not install separate fire safety system from now on

No trade license for buildings without fire safety: DNCC mayor

Huge fire devastates over 500 shanties in Rohingya camp

A huge fire overnight swept through a crammed Rohingya camp in Cox’s Bazar destroying at least 500 ramshackle shelters leaving hundreds of people without homes, officials and aid workers said

Rohingya refugees search for their belongings after a fire broke out at Nayapara refugee camp in Teknaf on 14 January 2021
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