Evaluation study of REFLECT in Bangladesh

Publication year: 
2000

It has been recognised that education is a powerful way of fighting poverty, and an empowering process, particularly with regards to the most marginalized groups of people such as poor women and girls. As a result, in Bangladesh, a literacy project is underway, with participants being poor women and girls. It is an ActionAid project, using the Reflect approach, which draws on the Freirean philosophy and facilitates a participatory learning process aiming to empower and promote social change.
This document is a review of the project so far. The first part describes the Reflect process and the perceived strengths of this approach to learning. The bulk of the document then consists of the review outcomes. The project is assessed on its impact on and benefits for participants, in terms of becoming literate, less marginalized and empowered to strive towards social change. It ends with a number of recommendations as to how the project can improve.

Source publication information
Source: 
Abridged version
Pages: 
59p.
Publisher
ActionAid Bangladesh
ActionAid Bangladesh House 41, Road 8, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 1205, Bangladesh
[Dahaka]
Publisher reference: 
ActionAid Bangladesh

How to find this resource

Shelfmark in IDS Resource Centre
A : Participatory Approaches : Reflect 4086