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application/pdfNewsletter Volume 1: September 2022Save the Children Bhutan will be producing monthly newsletter henceforth to update on activities conducted in the recent months. 22/09/20227MB
application/pdfP2P Baseline ReportThis report highlights the key findings from the Prescription to Play project baseline study. 04/07/20226MB
application/pdfTake Home CardsTake Home Cards04/07/20221MB
application/pdfCREDi item guideThis document includes information to support the adaptation, translation, and training of the CREDI items. Specifically, each CREDI item is listed below along with a description. This description includes details on the purpose of the item, including the specific construct(s) it is trying to target. Teams should use this information to ensure that translations from English to the local language are reflective of the items’ original intent.04/07/2022220KB
application/pdfGuideline on Mother and Child Health HanbookThis guideline provides guidance and standard procedures on using the MCH Handbook. We hope that the MCH handbook guideline would be user-friendly to our health professionals and make best use of it consequently help improve health of mothers and children in Bhutan.04/07/20222MB
application/pdfBHUTAN CHILD DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENING TOOLBHUTAN CHILD DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENING TOOL & CARE FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT PLUS INTERVENTIONS FOR CHILDREN 0-3 YEARS OLD Child Booklet 202001/07/2022339KB
application/pdfHA's Guide on C4CD PlusCARE FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT (C4CD) PLUS Health Assistants Guide for Conducting Group Session 0-3 year old children01/07/20221MB
application/pdfHow to play with Magic Book?The project expects to encourage caregivers to create a playful learning environment at home and integrate playful parenting and socio-emotional learning into everyday activities, promoting all developmental domains. The play materials will stimulate joyful interactions that enhance parental self-confidence, the bond between caregivers and children, and the child’s sense of security. They will also address gender stereotypes that restrict young girls’ and boys’ ability to play with materials of their choice. 01/07/20225MB
application/pdfA summary of SCUS Sponsorship supported Projects in BhutanThe Sponsorship Fund of Save the Children US laid the foundation of Bhutan Country Office programming in 1982, and 36 years later it still ...17/05/20226MB
application/pdfTender Document for Draktsho Classroom Construction18/09/20188MB

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