Ref N° 504

Mid-term review of ongoing ‘SHARE: Supporting the Hardest to Reach through Basic Education’ Programme

Overall project value (EUR)
€ 60 090
Origin of funding
Proportion carried out by legal entity
Consortium members
Start date
February 2015
End date
July 2015
Number of staff provided
84 w/d

Detailed description of project Back

The European Union funded SHARE (Supporting the Hardest to Reach through Basic Education) Education Programme aims to contribute to the achievement of Bangladesh’s development goals and to a national basic education framework.

The specific objectives of SHARE programme are to provide basic education opportunities of quality for the hardest to reach children and their parents and guardians, in 219 upazillas and thanas of 47 districts in 7 divisions of Bangladesh, using a variety of approaches that yield lessons about what works best and why, share best practice, and help build results-based-management. Key target groups for the SHARE programme include out-of-school children living in the most geographically inaccessible areas (chars, haors, Chittagong Hill Tracts etc), from the poorest quintile of society, ethnic minorities, street children, and children with special needs (i.e. working children, children with physical or mental handicaps).

The Mid Term Review (MTR) will examine all activities being implemented under the SHARE Education Programme since it commenced in January 2012.

Type of services provided

Assessment of the programme along the following evaluation criteria: Relevance, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Sustainability, Impact and Visibility.

The services are provided by a team of two experts:

  • Team leader, Education Policy and Management / Financial Expert;
  • Education Assessment Expert.

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