Learning Review: Bangladesh 2017-19
Learning captured from Action Against Hunger’s response to the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh
The purpose of this learning review is to capture programmatic learning related to the effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of Action Against Hunger’s response to the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh. It will focus specifically on interventions in Cox’s Bazar, with the aim of capturing programmatic achievements and learning that can be used to inform the next 3 years of programming in the region. Specific objectives are as follows:
- Evaluate and present how far programme objectives of projects have been achieved
- Document what worked well and what did not work well? Why?
- Document what could have been done differently to get better results
- Provide recommendations for the improvement of Action Against Hunger’s interventions in future