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The WorldFish Bangladesh works in Bangladesh with the goal to reduce poverty and hunger by improving fisheries and aquaculture. With this goal, the organization works in reducing poverty and hunger by improving fisheries and aquaculture. WorldFish, an international, nonprofit research organization, harnesses the potential of sustainable fisheries and aquaculture to increase food and nutrition security and promote better livelihoods. To know more about the organization please clicks here. Eminence has collaborated with WorldFish Bangladesh during the organization of the Bangladesh Summit on Sustainable Development 2014. More information on the collaborative activities can be found upon request.

The World Heart Federation is dedicated to leading the global fight against cardiovascular disease (CVD) – including heart disease and stroke – with a focus on low- and middle-income countries, via a united community of more than 200 member organizations. It aligns its efforts around the World Health Organization’s related target of reducing premature CVD mortality of 25% by 2025. With its members, the World Heart Federation works to build global commitment to addressing cardiovascular health at the policy level, generates and exchanges ideas, shares best practice, advances scientific knowledge and promotes knowledge transfer to tackle cardiovascular disease- the number one killer. To know more about the federation, please click here. Till date, Eminence has completed number of research, and advocacy activities commissioned by the WHF. More information on the activities can be found upon request.

WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries, monitoring, and assessing health trends. In the 21st century, health is a shared responsibility, involving equitable access to essential care and collective defense against transnational threats. In Bangladesh, the SWApbased HPNSDP has ample room to engage in partnerships with development partnersand other stakeholders. The basket of funds is comprised of pool funds, non-pool funds, the GoBcontribution, and parallel funding mechanisms. The World Bank and JICAprovide credit and grants; whereas other development partners provide direct grants. Like most ofthe UN agencies, WHO is a non-pool contributor to the HPNSDP. To know more about WHO’s activities please click this link. Till date, Eminence has completed number of research, and advocacy activities commissioned by the WHO. More information on the activities can be found upon request.

Despite these numerous challenges, WFP is able to draw on 39 years of operations in the country to continue supporting the Government’s Poverty Reduction Strategy. WFP works in close cooperation with the Government and local as well as international NGOs to improve the food security, nutritional well being, and livelihoods of the ultra-poor. WFP also supports communities vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, with a focus on building community and household preparedness and resilience through innovative food and cash for work and training programmes. To know more about WFP’s activities please click this link. Till date, Eminence has completed number of research, and advocacy activities commissioned by the WFP. More information on the activities can be found upon request.

The Village Education Resource Center (VERC) is a non-governmental organization that started its journey in 1977 as a collaborative project of Save the Children, USA and UNICEF. It became a legal entity under Society’s Registration Act, in 1981, with the Department of Social Services in 1989 and with the NGO Affairs Bureau, Bangladesh. VERC is working with the poor and marginalize community for their empowerment through improving their situation by attaining self-reliance. It always tries to address the emerging needs of the working communities and collaborates with various local, national, and international NGOs and government departments in realizing their common goal of social development. Since inception, VERC is working on different development aspects spreading all over the country. VERC implement its activities systematically in a planned way by consulting the community people and other development partners. More information on VERC can be found from this link. Eminence worked with VERC on research activities and more information on the collaborative activities can be found upon request.

The Department’s mission is to shape and sustain a peaceful, prosperous, just, and democratic world and foster conditions for stability and progress for the benefit of the American people and people everywhere. This mission is shared with the USAID, ensuring we have a common path forward in partnership as we invest in the shared security and prosperity that will ultimately better prepare us for the challenges of tomorrow. To know more about the department please click here. Eminence has recently been commissioned by the State Department for their flagship project, Baby Basics, to be implemented as BabuBarta/AMAR MAA in the project areas of Eminence. To know more about the BabuBarta/AMAR MAA project please contact with Eminence.

UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, is an international development agency that promotes the right of every woman, man, and child to enjoy a life of health and equal opportunity. UNFPA has been working in partnership with the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh (GoB) since 1974, providing technical and advisory services and support; as well as facilitating the procurement of essential health-related commodities. UNFPA actively supported the inclusion of “Access to Reproductive Health Services for all” among the 10 targets of the PRSP; and the inclusion of health indicators such as: maternal mortality; presence of skilled birth attendants at delivery; proportion of deliveries at a healthcare facility; fertility rate; the use of contraceptives; and population growth—in order to better monitor reproductive health in Bangladesh over time. UNFPA will continue to strive for a Bangladesh where no woman dies giving life; young and old enjoy full reproductive health and rights; and where violence against women and girls is no longer a threat to the dignity and advancement of women in society. To know more about UNFPA’s work in Bangladesh, please click this link. Eminence has collaborated with UNFPA Bangladesh by providing research and evaluation services. In addition, during the organization of the Global Conference on Community Health 2013 and 2014 and the Bangladesh Summit on Sustainable Development 2014, the partnership was strengthened. More information on the collaborative activities can be found upon request.

For over forty years, UNICEF has been working closely with the Government of Bangladesh for realization of women and children’s rights. Under the Country Programme 2012-2017 and within the UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF), UNICEF and the Government of Bangladesh will work in partnership to improve the survival, development, protection, and participation of women and children in accordance with: i) the Convention on the Rights of the Child, ii) the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, iii) the Millennium Development Goals, and iv) other international conventions and agreements related to children. The UNICEF Bangladesh’s programmes are aligned with the Government of Bangladesh’s Sixth Five year Plan FY 2011-2015. Read more about UNICEF’s partners working for the realization of child rights and poverty reduction from this link. Eminence has collaborated with UNICEF by developing a model workplace based infant and young child feeding (IYCF) support system in ready-made garments (RMG) factories in Dhaka. To know more about the model please contact with Eminence.

The UBR Bangladesh Alliance is a part of Dutch SRHR alliance in the Netherlands. The Netherlands is internationally recognized as a leader in the field of SRHR. This is based on its credible and favorable indicators and on its leading role in international advocacy and SRHR promotion in its development cooperation programs. The Dutch SRHR alliance (consist of six strong & experience Dutch NGOs) has defined a programme ―Unite For Body Rights with five local NGOs in Bangladesh (Bangladesh alliance). This program is supported by the RutgersWPFSimavi, and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Bangladesh.The program is being implemented simultaneously in four (4) countries of Asia and 5 countries of Africa. The alliance partners are: i) Family Planning Association of  Bangladesh (FPAB), ii) Population Services and Training Center (PSTC), iii) Dushta Shasthya Kendra (DSK), iv) Christian Hospital Chandraghona (CHC), and v) Reproductive Services Training and Education Programme (RH Step). To know more about the alliance, please click to this link. Eminence, through its IT wing Guava Limited has collaborated with UBR for providing IT solutions to its head office and partner organizations for Me and My World (MMW) project. More information about this partnership can be found upon request.

The Micronutrient Initiative (MI) is the leading organization working exclusively to eliminate vitamin and mineral deficiencies in the world´s most vulnerable populations. This organization supplies more than 75% of the world´s need for vitamin A and supports governments in their work to achieve universal coverage of vitamin A supplementation in children aged six months to five years. Bottles of vitamin A supplements, bearing the Canadian flag, are in countless health posts around the world.Since 1997, MI has provided more than 75% of the vitamin A required for supplementation programs in developing countries – more than 8 billion capsules and oral doses of vitamin A. The MI focuses on strengthening and integrating delivery platforms for micronutrients and other health interventions; advising governments on how to use their own resources to finance the marginal costs related to adding micronutrient supplementation, including vitamin A, iron and folic acid to existing health services and programs.To know more about MI’s activities please click this link. Till date, Eminence has completed number of research, and advocacy activities commissioned by the MI. More information on the studies can be found upon request.

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