UNDP’s SGBV project responded to the lack of institutional response to SGBV victims in Bangladesh. The key objectives included enhancing capacity of the SGBV service providers, creating effective linkage with online databases on VAW, ensuring human rights and justice of SGBV victims through increased reporting of VAW incidents, use of response and referral services from grassroots to central level, and effective partnership with key government, UN/Development Partner and NGOs through formulating a national framework on SGBV. The current assignment is to conduct a baseline study on the target beneficiaries, implanting partners, project staffs and other relevant stakeholders from all targeted project areas. The study established benchmarks of the prevailing situation of the project before full implementation of the project interventions to serve as the basis for impact assessment of the project’s intervention.
Theme: Gender Rights and Violence
Research Method: Mix-method
Project Status: Accomplished
Starting Year: 2015
Partner: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Study Area: Barguna, Satkhira, Kurigram, Sirajganj, Feni, Narsingdi , Habiganj