Annual Report 2008

The Annual Report focuses on the last year experiences and achievements which mark as a turning point for Eminence. It changes in terms of expansion of thematic areas, office space and strengthening of ties with national and international agencies and patrons. Meanwhile, innovative progress has been made with new agreements leading to a broadening of Eminence into areas such as Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) and Non Communicable Diseases (NCD)‟s advocacy, training and developing of a two year strategic plan. Following the decision taken during the Executive Committee (EC) meeting in December 2008, the core team of Eminence undertook a planning exercise to develop strategy for next two years. The described reports offer broad brushstrokes of the achievements and where Eminence stands. In general, work carried out throughout the year in 2008 has provided Eminence with the impetus to implement the new diversify into further areas of research, training, programme and consolidate its position as a Centre for Health and Development Intelligence, not only in the region but in the world as a whole.

Annual Report 2009

The Annual Report focuses on the last year’s experiences and achievements which mark as a turning point for Eminence. It changes in terms of expansion of thematic areas, office space and strengthening of ties with national and international agencies and patrons. Meanwhile, innovative progress has been made with new agreements leading to a broadening of Eminence into areas such as Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) and Non Communicable Diseases (NCD)’s advocacy, training and developing of a two year strategic plan.

Following the decision taken during the Executive Committee (EC) meeting in December 2008, the core team of Eminence undertook a planning exercise to develop strategy for next two years.

Annual Report 2010

The Annual Report focuses on the last year’s experiences and achievements which mark as a turning point for Eminence. It changes in terms of expansion of thematic areas, office space and strengthening of ties with national and international agencies and patrons. Meanwhile, innovative progress has been made with new agreements leading to a broadening of Eminence into areas such as Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) and Non Communicable Diseases (NCD)’s advocacy, training and developing of a two year strategic plan.
Following the decision taken during the Executive Committee (EC) meeting in December 2008, the core team of Eminence undertook a planning exercise to develop strategy for next two years.
With the perception to accumulate past years working saga the core group started the drafting of the planning. With the finalization and approval of the Annual Report 2008, the process of developing a mechanism to assess performance has been initiated.

Annual Report 2011

The Annual Report focuses on the last year’s experiences and achievements which mark as a turning point for Eminence. It changes in terms of expansion of thematic areas, office space and strengthening of ties with national and international agencies and patrons. Meanwhile, innovative progress has been made with new agreements leading to a broadening of Eminence into areas such as Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) and Non Communicable Diseases (NCD)’s advocacy, training and developing of a two year strategic plan.
Following the decision taken during the Executive Committee (EC) meeting in December 2008, the core team of Eminence undertook a planning exercise to develop strategy for next two years.

Annual Report 2013

For Eminence, 2013 was a landmark year. Ten years ago, in a shared room, a small two-person team put all of their efforts onto a rented table to chart a course of action for building a Bangladesh where equity and justice would prevail. The journey was not easy but we kept our heads steady and did not lose hope during the bumpy ride; with each passing day we learned and grew a little.
That army of two is now a team of 85 and today we operate out of a 7000 sqft office. As time passed, the scope of our work expanded. Today we’re active in the fields of Health; Nutrition and Food Security; Equity, Governance, Environment, and Urbanization; Communication, Media and Technology; and Education. Over the course of these 10 years we have conducted large-scale surveys in climate vulnerable areas, trained more than 6000 community pharmacists and enhanced the capacity of government field workers with the use of information, communication and technology. We have collaborated strongly with the media, and reached avenues such as sustainable development and service delivery assessments.

Our communication, media and advocacy team is stronger than ever, with its vibrant social media presence. We have produced innovative mass media and advocacy tools. In 2013 we made new partnerships with various donors and relevant ministries and got international exposure.

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