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We Can Bangladesh Effectiveness Review Full Technical Report

The We Can Campaign seeks to change deeply ingrained attitudes and practices that endorse gender discrimination and violence. It was initially launched in 2004 in six South Asian countries and has since been replicated in several African and Middle Eastern countries.This specific project was set up to provide the We Can Campaign Secretariat in Bangladesh with financial support to cover management operations, communication materials development, and the organisation of events through allies and partners.

This report presents the findings emerging from a process where specially designed questionnaires were administered to men and women in areas where the campaign had been implemented and similar areas where it had not. Overall, statistically significant and positive differences were found between women and men residing in the implemented and non-implemented sites in relation to both gender and intra-marital violence attitudes.

Uploaded on: Apr 10, 2017
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2017
Year Published: 2012

Resource Tags

Resource Type: Impact Evidence Issues: Community Organizing, Ethnic / Religious Minorities' Rights, Gender-based violence, Women's Rights Tool Type: Reports / Research Languages: English Regions: Bangladesh Nature of Impact: Citizen Action & Participation, Conflict resolution / Case resolution, Positive Impact, Rights Consciousness Scale of Intervention/Impact: Unknown Evaluation Method: Surveys