Access to information is the ability for an individual to seek, receive and impart information effectively. Ensuring full enjoyment of the right of access to information can provide the assurance that the most disadvantaged and marginalized groups in society get covered by social services, being responsible and supporting accountability, ensuring more participation, linking to other human rights impacting greater democratic governance. In 2016, USAID funded Carter Center for working with a view to advance women’s right to access of information, address the existing inequalities regarding the issue for women of our country, support significant access to information for the women of targeted areas, emphasizing on marginalized groups of women. This project started working on October 1st, 2019 and plans to end work on September 30th, 2021 covering the area: Sylhet, Khagrachari, Satkhira and Rajshahi district. Development Research Initiative (dRi) was assigned to conduct baseline study for this project. The study adopted mixed method data collection and covers Sylhet, Khagrachari, Satkhira and Rajshahi Districts.
Serial No: 2
Theme: Gender Rights and Violence
Research Method: Mix-method
Partner: The Carter Centre
Starting Year: 2020
Study Area: Sylhet, Khagrachari, Satkhira Rajshahi