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Open Organization is Fundamental for Participation Revolution

The workshop on Participation Revolution I was keen to participate in the workshop, ‘Participation Revolution’ organised by CHS Alliance and ICVA, from 25 to 27th June 2024, in Bangkok, as I thought I would learn and share different definitions, initiatives...

UNICEF-NGO Consultation, 16-17 April 2024, Geneva, Switzerland: Envisioning Sustainable Local NGO Partnership

Introduction UNICEF has steadfastly supported Bangladesh (the then East Pakistan) since 1949, before the nation's birth. Over the decades, the organization has played a crucial role in combating diseases such as tuberculosis (TB), smallpox, malaria, and cholera while bolstering water,...

Anticipate Tomorrow and Act Today : Protracted to Pro-Life Approach in Rohingya Response

CCNF paper on the eve of European Humanitarian Forum 2024 The audience of a discussion on Rohingya Response held in Bangkok in December 2023 was asked if they believe that the dignified repatriation of the Rohingyas from Bangladesh is possible....

DG ECHO’s renewed Commitments to Localisation: From Commitments to Practice

IntroductionThe Alliance for Empowering Partnership- A4EP (https://a4ep.net) has developed recommendations to contribute to the discussions at the European Humanitarian Forum in Brussels from 18-19 March 2024 to promote equitable partnership and advance localisation worldwide. A4EP conducted a quick online...

LDCs & MVCs Call for Urgent Action to Attain the 1.5-Degree Temperature Goal

COAST and EquityBD jointly drafted a paper for CoP 28 in Dubai, urging action on behalf of Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Most Vulnerable Countries (MVCs). The paper outlines critical needs, criticizes past negotiation failures since the Paris Agreement,...

The Excluded: A Rapid Study on the Host Community Confined inside the Rohingya Refugee Camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

The report, “The Excluded— A Rapid Study on the Host Community Confined inside the Rohingya Refugee Camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.” highlights the significant challenges faced by the 2,860 Bangladeshi households, comprising 1.5% of the total population within Rohingya...

Building Bridges to Betterment: Our Journey Towards Sustainable Coastal Development

COAST is pleased to announce the publication of the Annual Report 2022, titled "Building Bridges to Betterment." This report presents a series of captivating stories that reflect COAST's remarkable journey towards sustainable coastal development throughout January to December 2022....

COAST Annual Report 2021: ‘Regaining the Resilience’ Published

The Annual Report of the COAST Foundation for the year 2021 has just been released. The report's title this year is ‘Regaining the Resilience’. This title highlights COAST initiatives during this reporting year to assist its program participants to...

Social Perception on Climate Vulnerabilities and Local Level Adaptation Plan

English version of Social Perception on Climate Vulnerabilities and Local Level Adaptation Plan, Jainkathi Union, Patuakhali Bangla version of Social Perception on Climate Vulnerabilities and Local Level Adaptation Plan, Veduria Union, Bhola Bangla version of Social Perception on Climate Vulnerabilities and...

Change for Future: COAST Annual Report 2019 and 2020

The Rohingya influx in 2017 had a huge effect on Bangladesh’s development arena. The recent COVID 19 Pandemic has given the entire development sector a new dimension and effect. Even without any outside assistance, local NGOs jumped into the COVID...

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Open Organization is Fundamental for Participation Revolution

The workshop on Participation Revolution I was keen to participate in the workshop, ‘Participation Revolution’ organised by CHS Alliance and...