The Hunger Project-Bangladesh carries out a rigorous program of participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning (PMEL), applying principles of “Data for the People” to empower communities to make informed decisions in setting and tracking their own priorities.

We and our work have also been the subjects of external evaluations and research studies. Most recently, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in the USA published research demonstrating that our grassroots programs build “Community Trust” empowering those in extreme poverty to make better long-term investments in their own future. Click here to read the full report.

Other recent evaluations include:

  • Strengthening Political Participation in Bangladesh, Phase 2 (SPP2) Annual Review 2020 – “Summary supporting narrative for the overall score of A: During the review period the majority of activities were undertaken by DI, CI, TAF, and IFES and their downstream partners THP, DUMGR and BIPSS. Activities had met initial milestone targets and partners performed well in delivering them.”