BRAC IED’s Collaboration
in the ICBC Project

The development of a comprehensive Caregivers’ Manual for children aged 1 to 5 years old, as part of the ‘Integrated Community-Based Center for Child Care, Protection and Swim-Safe Facilities (ICBC) Project,’ is a significant step towards ensuring the well-being and holistic development of children in Bangladesh.

The fact that BRAC IED, as a valued technical partner, has been actively involved in this project demonstrates their commitment to making a positive impact in the lives of children. The Consultation Workshop on the Caregivers’ Manual (Draft) held at BRAC Centre Inn in Dhaka reflects the collaborative approach taken to gather insights and suggestions from esteemed experts and key stakeholders. This inclusive process will undoubtedly result in a more effective and well-rounded caregivers’ manual.

It’s also noteworthy that the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs is the sponsoring Ministry for this project, highlighting the importance placed on child care and protection at the national level. The involvement of Bangladesh Shishu Academy further strengthens the project’s leadership and expertise in addressing the needs of young children.

Collaborating with local and regional childcare-focused NGOs as implementing partners is a commendable approach, as it allows for a wider reach and greater community engagement. By working together, these organizations can leverage their knowledge and resources to create a brighter future for children across the 16 priority districts in Bangladesh.

The support of Development Partners such as Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Royal National Lifeboat Institute is instrumental in providing the necessary technical assistance for the successful implementation of the project. Their contribution reflects a shared commitment to improving the lives of young children and ensuring their overall well-being.

Overall, the efforts and collaborations involved in the ‘Integrated Community-Based Center for Child Care, Protection and Swim-Safe Facilities (ICBC) Project’ demonstrate a comprehensive and multi-stakeholder approach towards creating a nurturing and safe environment for young children in Bangladesh.


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