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Partnership in Action

Partnership in Action

Partnership and collaboration are the core values of the action. When Sanjog initiated a community responsive protection program for vulnerable

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Sanjog's Alternative Report on Implementation of the Optional Protocol to the UNCRC

Sanjog's Alternative Report on Implementation of the Optional Protocol to the UNCRC

This document is an alternative NGO report to the 5th State Party report On UNCRC of Bangladesh

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Community Protection

Community Protection

Partnership and collaboration are the core values of the action. When Sanjog initiated a community responsive protection program for vulnerable

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Sanjog Bangladesh is a national NGO, registered with NGOAB in 2011, formed and nurtured from a regional child protection program in India, Bangladesh and Nepal by Groupe Development, a French International NGO, working on CHILD PROTECTION, EDUCATION and WOMEN EMPOWERMENT.  Having a regional association in South Asia, Sanjog has been emerged as a technical resource organization which develops psychosocial programmes, design and deliver capacity building programmes for NGOs on psychosocial programming and quality service delivery in EDUCATION, HEALTH and LIVELIHOODS for Children and Women, and building networks to scale up impact on protection in sexual and economic exploitation in children and adolescents. We are fighting for equal opportunities in education and claim to social rights for girls and boys, particularly for those in economic and social poverty, and prevention of economic and sexual exploitation of children to be ensured by nations – governments, business corporations and civil society organizations, in partnership.     Sanjog emphasises on collaboration strengthen people’s movement, with a commitment of strengthen peoples association, promote convergence of resources and building multi-stakeholder alliances for greater impact on prevent & protect children from sexual exploitation. We believe that benefits of the globalization must reach out the bottom of all pyramids including those are at the margins – socially, politically and economically.