Bangladesh

Improving Maternal and Infant Health in Bangladesh (IMIHB)

A 36 page evaluation of the IMIHB project which aimed to improve maternal, newborn and child health status of urban and peri-urban areas in Gazipur district of Bangladesh. The project centres around capacity building of the community health provision and support system; awareness generation in the community; and establishing referral and linkages between health facilities. Read More...

Midterm Performance Evaluation of the Bangladesh NGO Health Service Delivery Project (NHSDP)

This 159 page evaluation assesses the status, relevance and sustainability of the NHSDP project and ... Read More...

0 midterm performance evaluation of nhsdp final

This 159 page evaluation assesses the status, relevance and sustainability of the NHSDP project and ... Read More...

Agriculture service center evaluation

This 35 page evaluation highlights the findings of how the service center model affects agriculture ... Read More...

Agriculture service center evaluation

This 35 page evaluation highlights the findings of how the service center model affects agriculture ... Read More...

Aesa private sector training needs assessment

This 85 page analysis highlights the training needs of private-sector extension suppliers in Banglad... Read More...

Gender impact study agriculture extension support activity

This 50 page report highlights the impacts of the USAID-funded Agriculture Extension support activit... Read More...

Promoting Sustainable Consumption and Production of Jute Diversified Products Final Evaluation

This 105 page document describes the results of the SWITCH-Asia Jute Value Chain Project funded by the European Union with the objective to promote the adoption of Sustainable Consumption and Product (SCP) of Jute Diversified Products (JDP). Read More...

Aesa baseline report

This baseline survey was conducted on a small number of selected indicators to understand and docume... Read More...

Strengthening the dairy value chain project (sdvc)-ii

30,000 targeted smallholder dairy producers (approximately 70% women) in seven districts of North an... Read More...

Filter Evaluations

Clear all