Evaluation of “Tackling Marginalization and Discrimination (TMD)” Programme

 Evaluation of  “Tackling Marginalization and Discrimination (TMD)” Programme

 Evaluation of  “Tackling Marginalization and Discrimination (TMD)” Programme

CRD has been awarded by Manusher Jonno Foundation (MJF) to conduct evaluation of Tackling Marginalization Program (TMD) which is part of Excluded Peoples’ Rights (EPR) project. TMD programme has covered three specific types of marginalized and excluded group in 10 Districts by 12 partners. They are landless, fisher-folk, and Dalit. Twelve grassroots organizations in various parts of the country are supported through this program. In addressing the vulnerability and poverty of the marginalized groups, TMD broadly carries out two interventions:

  1. empowers the marginalized groups so that they can claim their rights
  2. Sensitizes statutory service providers to provide services to these groups

The purpose of this evaluation is to assess the overall performance of the programme, identify strategic gaps and limitations, and gather/capture evidence-based learning and best practices to inform future programming in light of contemporary local and global contexts. The evaluation will cover issues regarding policies, practice areas, partnerships, and programmatic approaches and modalities. The evaluation will be exploratory, theory and approach based, concentrating primarily on the effectiveness of the strategies and interventions employed and capturing experiences, practice and knowledge derived from the strategies and interventions.

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