T_KM_HUB_Bandhu

“Knowledge Management is about capturing, creating, distilling, sharing and using know-how. That know-how includes explicit and tacit knowledge. […] It is not about books of wisdom and best practices, it’s more about the communities that keep know-how of a topic alive by sharing what they know, building on it and adapting it to their own use. […] Call it ‘performance through learning’, ‘shared knowledge’, or simply ‘working smarter.’”

- Chris Collison and Geoff Parcell

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A knowledge management is a key component of any development organization As such, Bandhu values this very concept and believes knowledge sharing, knowledge exchange and Knowledge Management. This knowledge management hub has been designed with both OFFLINE & ONLINE materials including VIDEO documentations.

  1. AIN_ALAP_Leaflet in Bangla
  2. ARROW_Bangladesh CSE brief
  3. ARROW_Asia-Regional-Dialogue_MTR-APPC-Recommendations 2018
  4. Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey-2017-18
  5. Bandhu HIV Literacy Module in Bangla
  6. Bandhu Lawyers Fellowship Award Brochure
  7. COVID-19 Awareness leaflet in Bangla
  8. COVID-19 Awareness leaflet in Rhingya Language
  9. Dance4Life_Youth Empowerment Kit
  10. Eliminating sexual exploitation and abuse_UN_and_non-UN personnel
  11. Handbook_UN HR Mechanism
  12. Hijra-and-Religion_Bandhu
  13. HIV and young MSM_Technical brief
  14. Motivational Interview (MI)+Guideline in Bangla
  15. Motivational Interview (MI)+ Brochure-Bangladesh
  16. Motivational Interview (MI)+Policy-Brief-Bangladesh
  17. IPAS_YFS_SRHR_Defining Services
  18. National-Strategy-for-Adolescent-Health-2017-2030
  19. Study_Gender Based Violence_FHI360
  20. Study_National Implementation of International Human Rights
  21. Study_RFSU_OPPRESSION AND OPPORTUNITY_SRHR
  22. Trans identity_Islamic perspective
  23. USAID_PSI_Innovation to Scale_Youth-SRHR
  24. UNICEF_HIV Programming for Adolescent Key Populations in South Asia
  25. WHO Recommendations on ASRHR

This initiative is continuous process ! Please stay with us !!