Conducting post intervention assessment of Building Resilience of Women Garment Factory Workers in Bangladesh Project
The current COVID-19 pandemic being faced by the world and vulnerabilities in the current healthcare system of Bangladesh have left the country in a crisis. CARE acknowledges that during such times of crisis women and girls are the most heavily impacted. As most women are employed in the informal sector, the economic impact of COVID-19 have put severe strain and burden of the family on them. The project involves helping empowering women workers to secure their rights and also well-being in the face of COVID-19. The project “Building Resilience of Women Garment Factory Workers in Bangladesh Project” was has also been designed to help female workers to recover from shocks and stresses of COVID-19 in terms of their livelihoods, health, psychological and social well-being, position in the family and social status.
The project has been designed on a need-based subsistence allowance focusing on helping female workers to meet the basic needs for survival with an emphasis on ensuring the nutritional intake of women and children is maintained. Since the project is going to compete its duration soon. Therefore, it has been decided to conduct post intervention assessment with the following objectives;
- To measure the Impact of the Project interventions in the targeted communities
- To understand how far the project has achieved its set targets against the indicators
- To capture the good practice standards and stories and lessons learnt.
- To identify the recommendation for future scale up
CRD has been contracted and assigned to carry out this assessment.