One of the leading non-government organisation of Bangladesh, which is working for the development in the education sector, the Campaign for Popular Education (CAMPE) and the Citizen’s Platform for SDGs, Bangladesh has published a book titled Framework for Action – Education 2030 in Bangladesh: A Civil Society Perspective.
Keeping the transparent and inclusive implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in view, the present document has attempted to present the role of civil society based on consultation from local to national level to devise possible ways, delineate challenges and provide recommendations for effective implementation of SDG4 in Bangladesh. This framework explores the alignment of Seventh Five Year Plan (7FYP) and SDG4, resource management process and key facets of governance into the development agenda to achieve SDG4 accordingly. It has also discussed about the coherent sector and sub-sector plans and highlighted the critical areas of action.
A qualitative approach was followed in this exercise. Relevant information was collected both from primary and secondary sources. Renowned professionals were engaged to present the issue and facilitate the consultations to elicit comments and feedback from people. More than a thousand participants representing education stakeholders including parents, students, teachers, community leaders, NGO personnel, education officials and interested citizens had the opportunity to express their views on education and SDG issues.
Reviewers: Hossain Zillur Rahman | Rasheda K. Choudhury
Authors: Manzoor Ahmed | K. M. Enamul Haque | Md. Mostafizur Rahaman | Mohammad Abdul Quddus
Published by: Campaign for Popular Education (CAMPE) and Citizen’s Platform for SDGs, Bangladesh
Publishing period: December 2016