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Bangladesh - Disability and Children at Risk Project (anglais)

The objective of the Disability and Children at Risk Project for Bangladesh is to expand the coverage, use, and quality of social care services for persons with disabilities and vulnerable children as a means of promoting equity and social inclusion. There are three components to the project. The first component is the expanding disability services, improving awareness, and building capacity. It will expand social and rehabilitation services for people with disabilities and build the capacity of Non Governmental Organization (NGO)/ Disable People's Organizations (DPOS) and government agencies, which support disabled people and their families, and that work for greater disability awareness, inclusion, and empowerment. It will support the restructuring and scaling up of the Jatiyo Protibondhi Unnayan Foundation (JPUF) to channel grants to DPOs and disability NGOs. The second component is the strengthening and expanding the network of services for children-at-risk. The objective of this component is to improve access to, and the quality and relevance of services for children-at-risk in selected cities of Bangladesh. To achieve this objective, the component will align the legal and policy framework with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), strengthen the capacity of the Department of Social Services (DSS) to design and oversee programs for child protection, and implement pilot interventions to inform the child protection policy framework. Finally, the third component is the institutional strengthening of the Ministry of Social Welfare (MOSW) and department of social services. The objective of this component is to support the MOSW and the DSS to gradually shift from being the managers of institutions and services to a proactive and preventive social service approach. To this end, the MOSW, in collaboration with DSS, has laid out the strategic directions for the next five years in a policy letter.


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    Document d’évaluation du projet

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    Asie du Sud,

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  • Titre du rapport

    Bangladesh - Disability and Children at Risk Project

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    disability;people with disability;economic and financial analysis;monitoring and evaluation mechanism;capacity for policy formulation;economic and sector work;monitoring and evaluation capacity;Risks and Mitigation Measures;monitoring and evaluation system;economic and social policy;Street Children;services for children;person with disability;children at risk;vulnerable child;award of contract;service delivery models;service delivery mechanism;children without parent;support to family;persons with disability;scope of service;stable economic growth;annual work plans;girls with disability;standards for service;support for people;environmental screening category;financial management specialist;protection against abuse;international labor organization;policy reform action;readiness for implementation;lack of awareness;provision of service;quality of work;government reform program;access to health;social protection reform;community development program;economic relation;social services delivery;empowerment of children;early child development;quality and relevance;vulnerable group;disability issue;disability component;case management;prevalence rate;safeguard policy;social care;disability services;Assistive Device;Safeguard Policies;procurement arrangement;social inclusion;working child;disabled people;procurement activities;effective service;awareness campaign;disability awareness;stakeholder consultation;reform effort;skill development;children's services;partnership arrangement;awareness building;civil society;Child protection;living condition;extreme poverty;metropolitan area;early detection;promoting equity;legal framework;



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